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ThE' others members of the AS'IOCialed Again· A('hien�d by. Place. Saturday" at Unroln Bowl; . Pep Rally Fridll� l'!i·Jt�t me 9t Agency ' :ts�d�naty.S:� :.��;!y:rr���:r�����:� . With. the . homecoming ·date set de!· With t'n«lUment llumbeN< continuing students during the -'coming �·ear. 1n- One hUl, ldred. .per 'cent placement of to InerellSol'. Pacific Luthel1ln College dude p· resldent. Stanley Ford: vice- aJi 1936 Paclnc Lutheran Col1ege Nor­ . has beg\ln Its forty-third year of con- prt'sldent. Margo/et Rorem: skrt'tary. mal Dt'partmt'nt grlliuat"es has bet'n , tinuous operation. and colleg� officials Wadene Cahwan; treasurl'r. Lloyd nchleved a>laln this year by the pol!ege tl l m t c n a 3 a P b �.�: ;s���a� ��::�;a n':�· �;::�� ���; :�t�=p�;· :1'�:�� : l:!s r:;�:;lt;�i�; ���,�:� � ::::u :? .r:!�� =;2; :�; thl'·re�lstrar·s Orrlct' Indlcatt' that up Leuise WIlliams: sophomore class rep- p:Mt seven:tl years.. dille thert' art' studentJ; enr�lIt'd resplltatlv". O1ols Orande: and' commls- Following a U�t of place�ent.s: Including e· nrolle<! for the Summe, · slOller of athletics. Obert Haavlk . Harold . Anderson; Rldgelleld: Wash·.: !<e,,;sIOruMI�· . . There are registered Arnold ....nderron. ElI.St ·Stanwood. In the Normal department. and In ·the p ·· wa::h.: Francis Archbold. Thrift School.· Llberitl Art .dlvlslo;' the totftl Is 19. resl d e.n t Ti ngel stad Oraham. Wash.; Nordls Arn�n. bsa­ Theft' are 39 enrolled In the h�gh SChool QLUt.h. Wa..'Ih.: Eline Benson....Lakebay·. De par�ectlon. . r 'East Wash.; Ellen Bergstrom. Rainier. ':. r�ts Fo WaSh.: Oeorge Brockway.· S�elwn: The SChool year.wa:< formail}" opened Tut'sda}" morning. SE'piember 15. I n· \ViII Attend Fh'e Meetings as W��h.; Oertrude Brunner. Cougar Flats: Ryderwood. WIIM.:· OiQce_Car�. Lake chApt'1 by PTt'Sldt'nt T lrlgt}lslad .....ho I'Rl'ific Lutheran Rep, t a h II w m t resentati\'e ��lt�Sh��,� ·�e�:?� �le;��:::� Three Additions �����:\ I ��d :::. ;:cll��)� �l �:���: ��� . Dreibelbis. Peshastin, John and: l A. lh(' studen(body presldt'nt. Mr. Stan- Dr. and Mrs. O. T1llgel�ta.d left le�' For�. PtJ'f orgall numbers were Parkianrl on Saturday. St-ptember 26. WAsh.: Evelyn Eklund, McKenna. To .C. Faculty presented by P.rol. J. Edv,"srds. music. f'nroute to. thl' Ea.'>t .....here Dr. Tinge!, Wa.'>h.; Jean-Marie Fo;wler. WRsl)Ollgal. director. and Dean Philip E. Hlluge ad- �tad. by \·ott' of the Executlvf' Commlt- Wash..: Ruth Froyen, Pe.shactln. Wash.; Are Announced· dressed the group brleny tce or the Board Ql Trust.ecs. ..... feP- Eul9. Mae Ooff. I...ongbranch. Wash.: .Because of lhe increased f'nrol!ment. rt'!H'nt Paclflc l,;-uthcTlln College at scv- La)lt:!!....!:'auge. Rochellter. Wash.: Ray Central Valley. Pearron. 'lUmerous changes have been made to f'ral Important conferf'nce� and meet- Hlnderllt'. washJ nld Hut..50n. Woodland. Rt, 3. . accommodate claSSE"s. Chapt'l ·seatlng Ings. P\lY�lu�.� Harold Johl'lnsen. Silvana.. cRpaclly has been enlarged .. and clas!'! ·Hls first destination ..... be Omaha w . clock. As Ellell.'>. at. rle Johnson, Tumwater. . fOOm rearrangemt'nts are being made. Nebraska ·", ·here he I.'> liCheduled to at- wash,· a��""--� ,.,,·as the only tram · W det e Rt P Ruth John!;On Plum Station Thrt'e nt'w faculty members have been · e OI t sf me r · C . C. last year. the Gladlatof& are .deOIY�PI�: Edna Kelsey. adQed W the t.eRchlng st.aH of Pacific termined ��3�:1 ;1� :t�: �d ��� S�h�·. RtJ-<. �h: �r��J:� ::nis {�� ��: :a��. �:�:n���:;� . to take !.he W1ldcat.s Int() (. 1·1n\.c:,..hflo.f-TtpnI WA..Vl. ·, No rrl'l �uthcr.n. Oollet ror the &thool � �1l11(nnS the! ehapd bar.cm�nt IHIH,l!u.... UUI. uf PIt,s.h.ll'ul Co."U"KU Langlow.r Dewat W. Hoodsport. Wa sh2.: yellr' with the Rppolnt.ment of Miss a�:Ps���;:er:. IRrge number of ",rads to make room for clas.se.s In the former gendotr of . Augu�lana College and �e- "lone �t. Ma.d.'iOn. F'lrgrol/ t' . dllY room. ologlcal SE'mlnary on Ckt. I. In Rock Puyallup: Johanna Manousos. Ashford.. Gladys Gilbertson. who will tt'ach Eng- Alumni . . .. � be guests. of the stuijenl Island. .... all official repre- Wash.; Sheldon M'?t'. l.R.kewood. Wash.,. Ush Composition and home relations, body at a will mixer plflnned for Saturday "Ill assi.st . Mrs. Krledler dean C e of L. and " ntativ P. se 1 I elyn Foster Rl. . el/el;!ng In the college gym at elgh Monson. . tan.ts Ch os . n A SSIS 9 Re e d M Mlkkel o·clock .. �r Norgaard will have D e a .Il be E · tJt': Raben Monson. School. n · Selah. Wa..�.; �ro ��I rIs�d The the Re:.::.e�d M�. Orl/Hle charge ��t�n�� �e:�:g �� e��"" t �e �I� ScRt the entertainment. Her com· Bert Myhrt'. OrRnt School. Tacoma: Running. Itor, Ad viser sa� By. Ed,-Lutheran pasWrs o{ Tacoma. mlttee. of.consists el1nlal Conv�nlion �f lhe American NOI·ellf' Nagel. Randle, Wash.: Valbor" ;"·m be part time instructors of Evelyn Syvers;on. In tht' de- I r Lltherlln Church will be held alter I a ad · ke a v . r st Otness. Frii Hold BU.'Ji��S8 which he to Decorah. Iowa. i ��;:�'. =!�. ; ;.\ :. ��· G::� MC �:: partmeni of religion. � �� �; g��;:� p ����� :: a:�:e �;. _ .prf'Sf'nt mum l\1anager8� P8 ; Pre�8 \VI : Diamond Jubllee on was MI Gilber born b(' al at the t::! ·ppnnle. Rosedale; Gig Har· bor:·Eleanor .".<i ts i refresh. � rOf the alfair Include: ta ls iof ....lIth"'r Coll('gt'. beginning Ile ASSistant Editor ! R.alldl'bRUgh, McKe'.lna: Gertrude S�n- illinois. She began her high school mf'nL,. Judith Bensoll" June Waltt'r. -In Minneapolis on Oct. 20. Presld('ilt · berg. Elbe. Wash.: Edwnrd S.vlnth, Mox work at Pleasa.ntvlew Luther cOllegt'· Enid Blake. AI Rogan and JesSe Pflueoak Olness. sophomor(' In th Iberal. Tlngelstlld plcted It at Augustana Col-1 g .; d , · m uuend an organization BeatrIce Sidders. School. Elma. Wash.; Frlth- and com. Art.� department. "h1\S been se ic c�ed SIOILX Falls. North DIlkota. from enkll Deecorations. ing of the rrCl'nlly created Colll'ge JChehalis of Tayet. South Bt'nd: Bergllot Vogan. i lege. Berry. Gary pt lueger." RQlandbuslncss manager of. t)(e Mooring Mast. meet which Institution she was also grad U - lu Conft'H'll " cl.' of thl' Norwegian LutheTfln R p . I FOSSQ. oQk Ollless nd est. w II Deep RII .er. Wa.. �h. . Elizabeth FrIIs be his .asslstant. Church of Am('rlclI. ated from co.lleg.e. In she received will heRd �lIn-up commIUI'�. His Norma Pr('us. third year Normal stu- Dr. and Mrs. Tlngelstad �xpect to . . . the a fellowshlR WMhin"ton State. CoI- assIstants Ilfe Robert.. Lando, Jack Wall. dent. hIlS been appoIIlted as.<;ocI IIle edl - return V le-ge...-,.,,'here--she later obtained the de- lind Al McKIlY . I e ner BItter Chosen r ill four ,. t'('ks. This will be " tor or t�APer. MIs..<; Preus WAS news . gree of Ma..'i tt ' r of Art.<; in EngJlsh. MLo;..<; J." g st s editor Ia;;t semester. GllberUon has IIlso had a summer·s C . e f . Special staff rt'porters lind feature :;��o:: �: �:co;��:� ��: ��S�ll :e ���l� �enlor ' Iass L-ea der graduate cour.o;e at the University of School Orchestra writl'rS will be selected by Mrs. Frallck. South Qakotll. taking a graduate minor prt'l\ldent chosen was Bitter Venl('r editorial adviser. and Hazel Hagerup., Educational Library of this yeAr·�. graduating class. which In French. She was enrolled for adRehearsals Begin editor. from the following who have vance study at Washington StIte and normal year l Colincludes both third appUed for positions: Ida �en.. Vlr- An l'ducaliona.lllbrary for normal'de- second. rear liberal art student.�. at Inst I lege In 1931. PrpsrM'C\.S for a \\"I'II-balanced orches" ' " ,oodll," "" ,,,,,dl ", to '��'���'��":�"::-�:: :;:�'7:.""�:;:::' :�:�'':::'��� W':;:�,,��:'�:� to hood Ih. �,,� ::��al��%� hl:�"��";::':; :":':� Pro:essor J. O. Edwaris, director. who Norman Frye. Russell F rye. F'n les physics ill�ratory. TIll' library will be \.Ice-presldent. Judith Ben<;(ln: secre� GllberL'iO n has tanght at shl c�nducted the first rehearsal. �hu rS' �fartln. Jack Odey. and Roland Wuest. opt'n from to 4:20 t'ach school day. tary. Ul ulse Hendrickson: and treas- State College. Wartbu q.: Col le lle In IO_l\ day. Sept.ember 24. He expects the prElllabeth Stuen and Virginia Davis bOOKS msy be checked out for eve- urt'f. Oliver Ludlow. Mr. Hauge - will Idaho.and The Lewl�ton State Normal In,ganizatioll to Include more than fllteen arl' �d\"ertlslng managers. Ad sollcl- ijlld ser be the clas.<; adl.l nlng study ' members tors nre Vernlce Scott. Vivian Smith, . and Margaret Larsen. Kathryn Ander- V I Thl' orchestra will meet for fehearsal� · ers p' rove· to Be,. ;1,,- mh · G roup lilt 2:40 every Tuesday nnd �ursday .�on has been chosen for th� [)()Sltion of C acuI·ty 1,�e T7ersatl.'le . . circulation manager. Her assistants in the chapel. . are Helell Lilja and Thl'lma Ness. Ma- We should hnve an authorIzed course ·v('ddlngs, nnd .tol preach eight sermons. sermons In Parkland. :racoma. Seattle.' i e agriculture · ·Llttle m!,n. yo\"\·e had a busy day:· and KenneWick. ....t home he occupied. . bel Heggem ""'111 be the exchange editor. In extensive and Intenslv· J . , ReceptJon F'or Dertnlte selection of the staff w!ll be at P. L. C. this year. Rfte� the ··back to Mr. Stuen belongs 'also to the class himself In his garden and . papered 1 1'l.nnUa m h S e h t e th ld PP f de r a allilounced In the next isSue. : Stl1dentM Saturfl.ty En' �� .��� ��:�;: ;����r ��:re Oa�:�)� �::I�� �nW: ::iJ�n��:· ��:��:� t �: �lr� ;:I� .o::t:��� t�; ·unl\lerslty l d t s m , �: ���� �:�I:':i��ty �r:�I���n· atak;I��;�.� �:a\��t�::� ���!o:la�ra��� �:�;:��I fa::I��"rd;:�����lno� ;�CI�:�h�u��;�� L. D. R. Me�t To morrow !I:::::: �:\a\�: be:� t���a\� Brice. Yello""·slone. Boulde;. Cl)ulee. \ College will entertain th� stooents. with At �Preus Residence tImer Of. those who "acationed at home, <:�urse. bu: our Instructors are nothing If not Mr. Ed Tlngt'lstad went east to at- Olacler and into MexiCO. He·d IIke .·to reception in the TrinIty Lutheran As allilounced by Norma Preus. pres!- \·erS.."l\lIe, and tra\'ellng. prt'achlng. mln- tend the biennial convention of the N. live i:, MllonR. Nevada or Utah. but church ·parlors. dt'llt. tht' first meetlng... of the Lutheran Ing. studying. te aching. carPentry a�d L. C. A. In MlnneapolI�. From· there. c�n·t make up his I1}lnd..He ought I Mrs: Kreidler heads !.he socIal com· h on o b n l n I n n l t le e I a u on d e r e it gt �:I� :t ��e �C! o�=� :��� A.""�� e: .�::'�i �I�: :� t�� ����:r ::I:nda r� '� �:w� ��oUr: d�lvin ; :�s�.n�H:V S ::�� �� o�:' ��=r��: � �p��� �� �; I ;e :t ::�.��. .�\�. �r� :��a�f�:d �r! Thu�ay at 3:00 . o·clock.' All girls are. Mr. Ramstad dlstut,bed the \·acatlon during the second summer seMion· at money: but haa a good vacation and Nelsson nssistlng. Refrt'sh�ents are . - c-ordlall), Invited. . tranquillity . by going .stralght up a· nd the college. A 'brlet trip W Oregon .dldn·t take my ....·.ork too sertously:· teing pla�ned . by Miss Ollbertson. . The program wl)l c-o�ist o{ a talk raising t.be )"(x){ at his ·home, Mrs. and Idaho completed his summer"tr�v- To "Berdine g�s bouquet for ori!!'- L�a\"es and garden flow�rs will be w;e<! on ··The Purpo.o;e of,the· L. D. R:' by Ramstad didn't mind. though, {or look eL>. scheme. lnallty. She was married .and spent In the decorative , Mr. Ed... .ards is arranging the pro; Margaret·Rorem. Alma StOI� 1l,111Sitig a·t all the extra room she yot by that Dr. Tlngel. .stad als? attended the .�. her honeymoon In Oreg�n : : according a soro. and a \'Iolln numt)er will' be added story. We undentand '·Rammy" L.. C. A. convention and visited !.he to the lacu.lty pun-ma�ers. she went. qam ""·hich will Include the following t'n by E\'eJyn Syv'cltiOn. has his shingle out �ow: and is read¥ Gold Run Mine In Idaho. He spent · '·KJ.a.sey··-CongratuIations! numi:ers: greeting. Mr . . Hauge: vocal .--, gh·The election of .the remaining ottl· to tougt!- competition to the· local a �ort .'!"�tI�n in Slh'erton. . The Ne.l.ssons motored· East. B?d at· numi:ers by the faculty ladie� quartet: . . cers. vlct'-�es1dent, secretary, and contracton: Bd1"een hammertnp.. Mr. Mr. Xav�er taught the lint weeks. tended. the Augustana Synod meeting. In Piano ·s electlons by O. Ed�ards: and treasurer. will be held at this time.· Ramstad found tlme.to ot'nclate at. five During the-summer he preached seven lC.on�oed on a I·neal solo by Mr. Paul A. Preus. 10

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At the Luther League m�tllla to be WEI.COME TO OUR SCHOOL! Paulln(' Larson. '30. married Mr. Harg Oct. 9; at �:OP ..,. E. of Lonllvlc\l.·. WUh. Junf' �l"ld Sundny even g. \Yith 1', I.. L uff lu 1.Il1olht'l· g ' aiul lwgillning, o·clock. Earl Lund. ,student pa.stor. will 20. t the :"Iullring :"Iast htkt's Ihis tlilpurtunily ICJ;wdO' It. TOOlf Flu l says shf' d n't 1mml,' who's gonnn be lhe p eak r . He Is IIMlstlng Re\' � Imd; III(' "III.stlltknls :IlI tl ll' gn:d witl � Lllndo in this game of 'Fries oul.-Now thR� Or\' OLIvo) Boe. '34. was marrlf't.1 5eptem- S are In his "·ork. and has taken charge I �pl· n al'l�IS ':!, lld frel.'llIlIy t'yl.'s ,!" otht'rs \\P.i ahl hn.s p!Ckl'd O\'er till' new frosh hatch. :md ber Ed n He'nly. Profet>....a r A. W. or lhe South Tacoma congrega�lon ... r 1\;l\ . t' tkl'lI!t'd til Ill:lkl'. Parklmul s l'ull('gt, tI,t'lr_ put his stamp on ten or twelvecan ·begln to look Rnmstad j)t'rformt:'d the ceremony, Izebelle Bvare, vice president. has flll·thl'oming institution of high!'r 1I'lIrning,,"- , around A little. heh-heh-heh-Orv and �is' chlckplanned a good program .a nd u'rges all Julia MAhncke. who attf'nded P.L. C. studen� to hea.r E ar] Lun d. Re.Jresh-­ To till.' I!t'WI'Ollll'rs Wt' wish til drop IhiS' Itt'Ims.-We noticed that one Monday nlahJ.. Thelma mult.h'r. P. I�. t:. is yuur institutiun, and it will � was out plek!ng Sherrys. Where'd you get that In 1936. is tell�hlng at �este .Wasli· men�� 111 bra served after the meetin. in ' I a i t s t �:I'I:� ,II: �hr�I��t,.II : t l�lIli ;'''I.' · ��f}');:� : : � ::�h���� t e t:�n:� rt I Ma tin and Hal Vota...... norIC'Ok your nicest. For a good laH. ask. Gar.y (the Horn) worth having is atlaitll'tI wiliu'Hlt errorl. Sub�ribe for your dally f luege r why he dl dn t :!lIt down so much for n few days. mill graduates of last sprlnll . are at\\'111'tht'r yOllr tillll' Ill'rl' is spellt :happil�' or not I NEWS TRIBUNE Linfield Collelle. WI' nom l te Cliff Ol n for the cheel1est soul on the from :�����'ntls 1111 hllw yllil n'spwH1 to the opportllniCUS S JootbAl1 T!,JEN , Mrs. Phyllis Wynne and Mrs. Mary ' P, L . C GA. 550 _ ' i lt ' C are AI _-, --'-_--.--'';-__ : i t��·g!;I���\ ; � I _. o� e a a kllotly pruhkllls fill' fal·tllty memil('rs aflll ad­ visers, :"01 Ih(' least of till.'s(' is IItI' flldur Hf Mr. Morris Ford. '31. has taken over disciplilw. This takl's lIot only (jill(' HlIII t'Ill',gy, the dutle.� of principal of the a rkl and REEDS MILLINERY hili all (·xl.nl·,.WllI.'rOIlS supply Ill' lal'lfuhwss as "FI,"G'" for H,,," Public Schopl. 938 Broldway w('II., :"lunaging II group of 1II0rt' than ;\00 slll­ I Tacoma. W�skingtOf\ dellts would ht· II l ll·si '" prnhll'1II at : · df' r. e l tilllt', CUl si,"'rillg Iht' high standord uf 1IIuru1 l Ore-Jon. :Ind inll'lh'dual 1'�('t'lIt'lll't' whil-h must he kt'pt up alllnii/-! all IlH'llIllt'rs of 0111' instilution. 011(' · Marth mst.ad, '25. I.:; t each ing In ]jI IIl1lh'rslllllll what rt'spollsihility confronts M •• Heal ".ts. Coff•• Sh p · the Bel lin ham HIgh School. Signe 1101' It'tule "s, t TWllddteHJermstad. also a P. L. C. graduale. IS Home Cooked Meals Huutinl' Illallt'rs duilll tillle and ullt'ntiun. con\'Rlt:'sclnll In Bellingham at the'home Durlllilori('s lIIust h(' rl'gIJlult'c!; duhs lind other Another great fr hma n pArty goes down ,In hl.:;tory! 153 M ar ... 1 St. Glenda Waters of her sistcr. We an t find words tp describe Its terrific succes.s. A stJl:iet,il's musl be l'olll)('rutin'ly and smlJolhl�' Mediul'Arts BidS. MA. 9017 plI.rty like that 'e\'ery week would be f'lc:omed by.aU nrg.i'iiiz('d: Church alill Chulx'lntt('ndllllc(' lIIust '" lhe-crasht bong!! tinkle. tlnkle-UCs O. K" klddles, we hI' urg\'d: ill shllrt, !Judfk Luth('ran COIII'gt' knocked colder than A plck.le arter that last crack.) lIIust hl, dirt'd('d .lIld organized as a college Printers, Stationers Bf'sldes being a muslclRI;r, A] Jacobs Is a , m ha ni of the wurthy of tltt, h('st. MEANS RADIOS f irst water. Bet�y Hall's In rpre tatio n of "Jelly-bean'" thl'n,. as a grl'din/!_.Io you, we str9l1gl;.: "We Sell H.ppln " Is sure gummy. My. \I.'hllt a saa.weel band you ha\'e. inh'llsi\"(' l'oopl'ralioll till your parI. Sh�\' 5436 So. Tacdtna Way Ambrose. Moe's gang hasn·t started In ea.rn�st yet. a willingness to "help tllong" ill sdHlol affairs, MAi� 2122 12th & A Sts. fr('shles. but look out lor these Brush Cr k men. ' We and n'llIl'lIlh{'r thai hy g:iyin� yuu rcceive. understand th at brother Hokenstad has been promotct! Caleh with your faculty and swin� into ' from ieu nAnt 'to Aide de Camp. lillt· fll� Ihis yt'ar s hi�g('r and I}('ttcr P. L. r..

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BR.

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It seems

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Ceo, �ele.son. Prop.

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SEPTEMBER 30. 1936

WASHINOTON

. Gla·dt'ators· Take . Fort Lewis 19�O In Opem , 'ng Ga.me .

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Finding, yary:lage from !'\Inning plays a httle dltllcuJt to galn. the Gladiators t�k to the alr .UJ �e!�t Fort Ce lli'U 19-0 �da)' nllht. &optember 18. In

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1l Are ' Few. ChanO: ..i' -:<Made .in. Local Team . For Comtng Game .

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body el«Uons held t�n. Od.II .n� E",,,,,, S",n", " '''" re-el«l� and vdll .g.ln . u : : e P I'I ) .er ld.tes at ..... � t ! ; C ld . the try-out.., held Olriofonday we� reu Hokenst.ad. Corrine Malmln. MarIon Dall�ta.s. f"tordlnand. BOildy. Wall. Bob Moe. Beallice Leland. Donal_ . . . Sul1i \'lln.

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, WHit' of n I tensive tl11lnlna:. Coa.ch 01· . . H'Il\'!! you . nOtlct'd P. L. C :s class'y ' ..... M alls you. h try Walt. Schn.ck�nbert s,n'* Oilldlat� of Parkland are rapid· new shUt. By «lIfting Into an' ��I- ltnd hb new till or,.. �ure tre�lme'!!J. , Iy' rounding Inlo $hape With' their e)'e� Taeol\l a s opening grid game. an�d . (ormation the Ol.dlator� un Acoretlng to reUable SQurct':S St. focUsed on the tussle with the St: Ma;I h d e ge e t ha ' W , I " o o w tin Rluige� F'r1day night at the CaplI h l !;U l �r. Me lg e . !I. minute rema.lnln4' rti halt lar guard who played an oii'tst.indlng Diamond JO( glia who . was a. star at tal �ty. · Th,e game� to be played under -----. � Tommen'lk rU!ed a long one to Nilsen game, aga .lnst the "rmy. Santa Clara . a couple o( yeaa ago. the lights .at Steven's F!eld. Is sla� " l Il'ho made a $pCCt.acular catCh. being It's being �lImor9d that Captain The loyal gladlator .rans who Joumey for 8!OO o·clock. nn�lI); do",ned on the Afm} . Ya d Neeley. outstanding center on the Fort to the.Cap SUM. ,uk.h �, S�-ialt, T , �1 city next Frlday night . Blocklng an� tackUng have been I ma kt'r. , On tJ"lt' n xt pia)' TI We. g....1fa"tee our W'.J<io:. • t am. "'111 at L. C. nellt wlll.see a refll ball pme. To pick � � m en'lk I � . Sl(i!Med. mQi!!tAn practice' by Coach 01' agam �1S.� to Nis l en. lIo'ho made an fall-he d be ,,·t'lcome b)' most allY 1II'lnner "'ould' bt' dU(lcult ; ho-...'el er. the GA. ')0. G S . ,· son since the Fort r..ewls (racas, with f t"8.�y catCh' ovt'r the goal line. With college coach. . . Rangers hal'e �rtain p-\}'cholog!cal ad'. _ .. . _ _ _ • _____ __ . CheL SoliI' holding t h ball. O'Connor C�el ' SOlie. dlmmUlll'e quar��k. \'antages, Th�Y'1l I?t> ��ked :out, In much time being spetll all proper tlm._ � . Ing" o( pla}'s. Probably. the worst (aults !? ' ..........•......•..........•...•... ,....::;......•..•..."' booted the pigskin bt'tlloeen the uprights the S()- aUed brnll)s o( the team. I}-t· naming : n!d su\l.�, have !I. snappy Jazz � . uncovered the tilt with the � gh'e the Lutherans a 1-� leRd, tributes hls clt'sr head and . keen bralo XMAS CARDS � .• and sport a choru.<; girl shl(J. . SOldl�1'3 were poor blocking and the ! ' ! No more scoring "'dlS done until th� to :l dall) cold sholloer taken eyery Joc Paglla s bo).9 had best air Foun!,,,n Pens and P nc,ls failure of the Black and Oold grlddel'3 end of the fourth Quarter IIohen the morning before breaklast brrrmlndcd next Friday I\lgh� that ))a execute properl) their :l.S51"nment.<; Glads pushed Oler t�O mort' tallies Old } OU notice the big smile Coach <:omblnatloll Tommen"lk to Nllscn ge Emphasis on these f.undamt'lltais hall' PaCifiC 'Ave"ue ' Lobby RUSI BidS, , . Tht' fir:'5t score camt' after 'I'ommer- Olson IUS sporting aft@t- the Buckle) resul \ '. .. � becn ghen alNast � eek \"Ik IIolth thrt'e succt>ss1l.e scl1mmage ? Nelt�t'r did 1Ioe:Let ur te t l � I ; t� , _ _ _ nul'jor---eh � o:� . _N _ � � U . _ . -Ntt--t _ s g P t' y. . For sore muse.J,es. br�lst's. sprains. or game nut Fliday· night at 'Olympla!! have been made with Captain Norm �Il: "'llh NI�o;en again g�IOplng across . . I 'PAR.KLAND . Frye being shlft� from end to a halfg � r 1I G llI S 'uP l n � f ' ;\ war . · St. Peter. Mlnnesot.n. to'IIo'hJch Mr ...Nel.<;... ..... . pllic1ng Frye, Fullback "Sllooky" JurA fCII' minutes lat�r NIIscn Mepped· son was a d('ll'gate The CENERAL REPAjR heat wal'e QbJl-. genSl'n. roo pound powerhouse. and ' back and a yard pass to Chet glng!y held orr·tllI their dep lU'(u re. ... Frel\h trom a 19-0 "jctorY ,o\'er FOrt Oliver Ludlow have neen alternating SOllt·. Three plays Inler SOlle went Alter tcachmg s.lx weeks. Mrs. K ii�- Lewili. the p'. L. C. Glndlator:li again be�ween first · and secoud stringS. the (jl O\'er his oll'n tackle for the floal $.t;o�e. ler took several brl('( l'acatlons and return to t!"e . Krldtron,\. 9.'1I.rs Friday Illtter nursing 'a ··charlit'!horse." With O'Connor's tTY for poolnt\ w9..� blocked. visited frit-nds. Sh(' Il'ent to Vancouver. night as tlley .meet the strong St. Mar- these exceptl:jns the P. L. C. IIncup Tht' GhtdlatofS looked (alrly well In British � umbla by boaL to l'!slt friends tin's College t'le,'en a t Olympia. " I will prpbablx remain Intact. . th('lr first 'game o( seasop,: ho.....- and attend the COllen Jubilee. In Seat· Joe PagliA. Ranger coach. IS 'expectEnth!.1Slasm h;"s greetl'd the return B,o.ww,1y ,\0 1 4 , ever. at times their pla�'s \\'l'rt' ragged tie she "Islted Mw Stlxrud. former P. I'd t:) fleld·a heal')' aggregation. . 50 Kay SHeel Jay Smith, shUty quarterback and ( and some o( the players failed to get L. C. teacher. A twO weeks' l'lslt with a ling with I'etcrans, who are pla}'lng Stan Sherry. end. both (rOln Longl'lew th('lr blocking asslgnment..'. !lister In Tacoma. II. week's st�y In Olym- their Hl'lIt }'ear with S t. Martln 's, With High School. Rfter an absence of experience. the Rang- u The soldiers big threat Whitey pia with friends. and a drive around the th('lr weight eek 94 GrOle (ailed to click being thrOll1l for loop to Pon A.ngeles completed her er!l no doubt IIolll bring grief to man)' Litt le Is knoun 01 t hc strcn.. th of tht' summer a team thl! }ear \acaUon IlUllltrous IOl;ses IIohell he tarned the l St Mnrtins eleven but repom ha\e Trlfon 0,1 76 en Mr,; Frnnck sa}::; she pulled the u�cls Although the Gladiators airendv bUll The arm) lIo as further hampered drl(ted IntO Olse n s cnmp that the lla· Lub.,ut,on bl poor kicking and numerous fumbles out of the gar� �hat Mr Fra]'lck halC one game under their bt'lt and ce} buncb \10m beast a surplus of beef 581h & Un,on Halold Webb engage In !.heir Betueen t;rops tht'y St Mllrtln s has yet ----Cajltaln Neelt'� iUld B)S8Ck o� the IIlle brags about In th(' center of the line Formt'r Ital- ___ camped on Ba� Rnd \l;ent IIUllal start of the season Coach 01· 11m Athlctlc Club pla}�rs and a 245 alld Francis and De Sordl In the ----t boss frlends \Ith taking Luth('ran not the is son to VI torla leaving their fletd \\('re out.'itanr!mg for the IIOldlers \ pound all-cit) center (rom Chicago are car \\Ith lhe Stue M FranCk con- the game lightly Several scrimmages on the team s roslt'r In The passlog combillation Tommervlk rcputt'<l to Siders the hl..h � hn\e tt'�n nts held o( IIolth the outsldt' summer tell.ffi3 So Tacom/l Way TolIcor.a I expected I to Nilsen featured. the Lutht'ran oHen· an) elent a tough game s to be the much neked ath the Chev IIohlp tht' squj\d into Jlrst class cond!CA,I,Ind I ' t\l;O grid maC'hlnes clash Prl· �I\f' HO\\eler the �hor.e Gladiator team I I\hen goL In the Btuen b*-k y�--7 Lion for the game , ::t dtspln)ed a fine brand o( ball with no l da) Th. only N_.'I�n Miss Rent'au tnught'the second term Coach Olo;on s starting lineup will Flln..-.1 Cha _ In Tacom. one pla)er being outstanding The Her leisure time \\85 !lpent making Jam probably be the saine as the one IIohlch 1JI 'il I Oh\.ds collccted 9 first dO\l;nll agnlnst , MEN'S WEAR and Jell} and pulllng dandelions opened against the Soldiers. However . ror the Arm, IIolth P . L. C. cOllectln"M,o ', Suits. Ovel oats. ShIrts. Tits . c Among those teaching the flrst lIeS- ....Ith the large IU'rny ar reserve m•· . HolTS. ColPS. Unde�:-",ea•. The �t'n s 98 yards � m :scrlmmRge against 87 for sion was Pro!. Bardon. terlll! this year. substitutions 110'111 be S attended t' women shop ' " hke to tor FOrt �. Also tht' LutherailS com. II Shlmpoo and Fin,•• Wa... C, the. Um\,('r:!iity of Washington for six plentiful. according to the P. L. C. mcn· piNed 9 out of 12 pases for 1 6$ yar-ds. s weeks and spent the rest of the time tor. \ . whllt' the soldiers completed two out at B,oadway · . BR, Pacif.c Ave. until school started checking up . ,,(" "en tosses for 21 yards. I IIo hat the prort's,<;on; at the University _ . � SCHEDU�E .. "� ' Iint'llps: 1,iJ'" \ SI Martin's, Oct. 2 10lympla' had to say_ . Ellensburg. Oct . 10 jht're' P. L. C. FO RT U·;WIS Mr. EIvel\lrom worked on the building (Norske t�fel NII!;.cn l;ER BYMCk : drive With );lr. Pankoke. and on student WhlLworth. Oct. 2 6 'Spokant" ....nenson LTR LUNCHES AND' DINNERS Fry i drh·t's. placement. ilnd .. eneral Held BellinlCham. lhere' Ort'gon In.�tltute o( .Tech. ' there' Palmiero work. LOR Capps I �OO South Kay C Necl('y ' Mr Preu.s drole his hunlly Ew;t ta Linfield I there' f'r}e t"

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, Fina.lSelection of 1936�37. Choir Entir� Per;onnel to lDc:lude Fo�ty :V�ice�'; Itinerary .for S �in� Ma lnc" ude· ! l Cahfornui T�lp. P1mtl stlecll,?n ot �m�rs for 'the Pacific Luth'l'ran College choir has been •

advl<;f'r at Olympia High School. �pt'Rk' to tl"!e Personlll!ty club wmorro-i., e\'ellln� ill the tt'ceptlon room, The meeting Is SCheduled from seven to eight o'c·IOck. Europe.. reBd II grellt deat. an.d speclal1zed In speech �d Fr��ch. She hilS tKught dramatic.<;. Rnd i.� known for ht'r expressi\"el1f·... In spellklng. She receh'­ ,ed her Mflster of Arts degrl'(' rro'm the Urnver!';lty of Washington MarlOn )Johnson 'will contribute piano Sf'iections throughout the hour" Olga Hugo, E\'elyn Taylor, and Bea Sidders will st'fve refreshmt'nts. Astrid Ander:nd:�;�fl��::eth PreSler ha\'e ,charge �

!:('cond soprano. Unka De Berry. AIda . Bob ;\fitthell Ir�nc Odell n n �:��:. ���;�� sl��=���im����:� . -,___ _'. � � I first alto. Astrid �nderson. Elsl� KrlstenJit'n" Janice Peterson. Maurine Wade; Singing Gy m GIr�ls to Frolic G rollpl'O Begin' . Two N,o.rth Pa.cific I second alto, Judith Benson, Helen Lilja. Rehearsing Nli m ber:'l 0n � j 1 omIay � • fl�rnooll l Est,?er Norgal\rd, EJlzabet-h Sluen: first W eagues 0 '11 H Id L I ,Elmer. Do.nald MonThl' mt'n'� quarte\ and girls' trio haw' . . A gym trolle for all W. A. A. girls Is tenor. RudoJpb . M eetIngs . C Ircu ' i l)ef"n rt'organlzt'd lind h';Ve b,t$un. re�ged f�r next Monday aner- ���::I:.r�e:tt���:�:��. ���:� ��� � . State Pioneer To being ai" r ,. , . I noon lit 3:30 In the gym. ' l · frrst bass oui Grande Mar:vln Speak Here Friday I heHrsals for the. coming }:y' Kenneth Allenson. Wa.lrr SchnHCk_ NOJ"th CirCUi.t �O Con'.\·en� In I Irene Odell is I'n charge of arr nge- ,Tinson' ensen. Edwllrd �.llchle. walt.er·s'chnac-. Mrs. J. H. S. Bates. daughter ofl·en�rg. Don Monson. an� RUdy"""'f;lmer Belh. ngh.am ; South CirCUit . ments. CommIttees appoln�d a are: I kenberg. Robert Svare. Roland Wue�t;. W�hlngwn'S tlrst territorial governor. I comprIse the Qua'net. w rlB/! t.he Irlo Is Meets In Seattle; Both �elltrlce Lell'lr.d. Jayne HarMngton. and .second 'bass. Kenneth Anenson. Paul General ISiU\C Slevens. lind l1rominent made up of Aida Johnson. Ruth Han:;on. refrew.men15; June WI'II- Bleld. Oerhardt Pflueger. .OrvHl"e " ' b Oct. 6-18 Conventions . 'member ter. MaTl' Jane Dedrick. and ElSie �r_ Schlanbu.sch. ot our State's old plonee�. will lind Ir�ne O<\('il. . H�len IIJI17, . P'Tlday peak I 1:" wo North PaCltiC I.. u �her League iett. games; Tht-Ima rtess. Mabel Hegafternoon at one O'clock. ' In room 201. The lecture Is under ·the I The triO. ""as heard for the first tim'" conventions are scheduled for the CQm- gem. and Iva Knutsen. clean-up. Con- W E .A . C nven ..on I auspices of Miss Reneau's cla.<;s In last Thllr�II:Y mght the P. L. c. l lng week-end of October 16-18. wh�n nle Clumb and Irene Odell will leae! ' 4) I !; . Slated for Oct. 22,:,23 Northwest HI. '. but all students and radio broadcast over K. V. Tonight. I the North Puget un Lellgue will the grand march. ----faculty mem rs re Invited to attend. at the First �utheran church In TIl- I � � AI! girls are urged IIttend. There With Mrs. Louise S. Taylor. Pierce Mrs. Gates. . is rlchl:; \'ersed In I" CO"!II. ther Will sing " By t.h(' Bend of j convent' Bellln�ham. and t�e South WIll be-a live cent, charge LO county superintendent of Schools. ,a.nd our State's history through per.;onll1 the River:' and "The Lost Chord., . Puget Sound Leaguers wtll meet In Se- cover expen.�es. admlsslon ' �rme'r faculty mem�r of �clnc Luthcontact with ear.ly events. will LRlk a��t iI RIlle. I I r t '?! r n College. presiding as genera; f�mlly experiences centering about tlfe I . In Bellingham the sessions will be I chairman. the Washington EduCdtlon time when she came to WlIShlngton A!i.'loclaUon will hold Its SOth annual . t0 Add ress 'held In Our Sav10r's Lutheran Church I ChoraI Soc.lety ' Terrllory as a smaI! chUd I� 1854. I U nls et nt t I o IO r Fireside Meeting :�I� "�3_1��:� :er �a'lh�� ci:�::� ��� . B�s�n::·� � :e d::�o���r::::� To Give "Messiah" ",Ions-at ��;I:�:� ���I:tl:�-I%t���i::��I:� the Jason I..ee Il\U'rmedlate out the meeting. Reverend J, p, pnuevens. was superintendent of Indian af· calr;.. for the terriLOry. and ren.dered Dr. John Ums, Seattl(' phys.ician. will ger of Pacific Lutheran Colleg£ will be For the second annuaJ rendition of School In Ta"cotrla. next_Thursday and important service to the Northwest by addrcss the ne\\'ly organl.zed f!reslde the convention speaker. Handel's " Messlah:' the Parkland FrIday. October 23 and 24. surveying routes for future rallroa£ls. group at 11..<; next meeting. scheduled A banquet on Saturday �vening. will Cho't"al Society. dIrected by Prof. 0 Mr. N. Hong. member o� the Pa­ One of the routes which he laId out Cor Sunday eveliing. in the reception be a feature of the rr:eetings. and on Edwards. anticipates a minimum mem- clf-lc Lutheran college, facUJ.ty, and was followed by the Northern Pacific. room, His topic will be " MaJor Prob-" Sunday t� annual Choral union con- bershlp of S!'\'enly-fh'e s.ingers. President of the Historlcal Society, wUl which completed transcontinental lems that Face th"e .Youth of Today:- , cert will bring the convention close. lJlere will be only eight rehears5lls. .be chairman of .the HIgher EducaUon Officers w11l be cho�en lit this time. and The Flrl>t Norwe&.lan Lutheran church scheduled for every Wednesday evening section at the conventi.on. Reverend line t90'enty years laler When the Civil War broke out. Gen- further plllns for activity discussed. of Seatt1e �'111 be'the scene of the South at 8 o'clock In the coUege'chapel. istlanlty J. P. ,Pflueger. head of the Chr . eral StlO'vens joined the Northern forceS, ProC. P. Pflueger led the dtscus- Puget Sound sessions. with Rev. L. C' The chorus will be accompanied by department. and Miss Viylan Johnson, and was k1lle<! In 'action In 1862. slon last week on " ChOOslng Vour Life Masted. Spokane. and Rev. C. E, Ry- a symphony orchestra. ·Contact.s are cO':head of the Ed'ucatlon department. Stephens County was name<! for him. Work." Margaret Pearson and Mrs. dell. Tacoma. as speakers. " One LUI' I being maoe through George Johnson. will speak pt the sectional meetings. Mrs. Bates, who lives at Cloverfleld's Harold Leraas ha.ve �en Instrumental to U ve " has �n selected for the Tacoma. violinist, fOr orchestra memRepresenting the state 01 Waahlngfarm near Olympla, will t>e acoompan- In startIng the new a.etlvlty. assisted convention ' theme which will be Intro- bers. The society will either purcha.se Wn as speakens. ",:,111 be Miss Cora L. ied here. by her husband. Preceding .by Irene Odell, Norma ,Preus. Alma duced at the opening session on Frl- or rent the necessary orchestration Oleson. president of the W. E. A. of lContmued on 'P�e oil . Stolee. Iva Knutsen. Mll�red Lal"Sen .day evening by 'Rev. Masted. who will !Jocks, Singers are welcomed. I .the lecture. they will be luncheon guests an� 01 the lIChool, in the dlnlng hall. Stanley Ford. deliver the keynote address. . There 'wlil be Junior I..eague m�t­ ings Satmday morning. and In the Wlwt Do You K1loW About October? aCternoon SenlOr�League members will Have you ever tMed to lock at peopanel dIscussions with .-5I'lec.ted pIe and really analyze them? Ha"";oo't=�I,,.ey never have a hllJr out ot Usten. but few have discovered that this hold Tory Horn. circUit vlce-preSldent_j ever wondered why' :such a ' a p"lace. Wlth faint dry sound. celebration originated from the great topics. ' theIr w. are, .pollahed Ilke will be toastmaster at the banque� Sat- person lIets by? . ' Like steps of passing ghosts, tire In Chicago. Ociober 8-11. 1871. enln8 at the Y. M. C. A. fU'v. Some people manage serenely. brass buttons, and they carry hUll' ,ay e\'will The lea\·es. frost-crisped. break f�C?m Columbus Oay means IItUe to most aurdydell of books piled on scholarly be the main speaker. They have nice straight noses or broad arcolumns the-> trees Americans. although It is preemlnatem.s and have. withal. an Aristotle air .�nd fall. -Adelaide Crapsey. I)' an �erlcan day. Orten called.Disshoulders or waV}" hair and long. curl- · about them. , t sighting of the Thi'ge'stad" Attending ing IllShes, Ot·her people possess hat A salute to October. the "yellow CO\'er�' Day. It marks " . e. n r a r n ' ed v lr m�n� dl��;�in�:. th L .;: ::i Jnl��O� � : College er :' /:��:t :�: � :;}� � :��!S�:g, to Jubilee u . �::5��d � � \: �:i. �t�:� � ��:i t I ��:� :�� 1:�V��� �� �:�ln��: th: 1' him. �nd don'L like It. The truth .. ' , and facllltates the going. as ·,...1�terfyl1eth'· by . the) Anglo-Sax- know that October Is, .is the birthday PreSident O. Tlngels Of. the �att.er neither dOt's he. He �d. is now A· there Is ihat host ot JoviaJ peo_ seems ons because at this fuU moon. winter of Virgil, Roman Poet. 70-19, B. C, ttending a six-day conference and pieThen remote from our chummy. "get on"' really good sports. who How many know that the first Incun- aub ....·as supposed. W begin, t Luther College. They are always In a good humor and shoulder-rubbing environment, ' ,But �will October Is a month of noted blrth- descent llght may be traced back toto J U� �1 lebr·a.atlon le He ve a get uainted with h'lm. You will rah a. cq time � one 090 Decorah, . Of day with a friendly days and e\'ents worth'y of remem- OCtober 21. 1879? 'And who stops and tra\'el north. to MillJleapoJIs. MI�ne- pass him more shy than .superl� W1th and all. No down-in':the-mouth' �"turr find Is turned on that brance., The birth aruiiversary"O J es think when the radio . . ues s whi next after ay. in plenty he common with the ga*n o 1 T U ls radio t "''1l: Ch d golfing, ke ta. first sugge the tlon Any 191:i, hem. for �, ruley.IS October on r Whltcomb Oc on observed ' return westward to r.Hume duties at hiking, swtmmlng or playing yennls is. .variety. Perhaps he likes corned beef : 7 in many places. and partlc . f in message. crossett" the Atlantic? And· the odds are, he . al"ways n:!et with a hearty approyal. and �age too Ind1IlDa. h1s native: state. by! Riley MOit people 8oS5pcla� OCtober 31, P3c:U1c I..uth� .College. Day pros-rams which teature hls poet... with Hallowe·en. but 'lh� ls another Since he left, he.has attended .several They UphGli1 that welcoming smile and adores your favorlU: movie herol�e, . thing ,to thfn.k about on that daa· It co�erence.s.. includ¥1a:; Lutheran So- the-more-the-merrler attitude. All in aJl, we are common. everyday ry" OctOber . 9 is significant tor two rea was. on October 31, 1517, that Lutber clal Worke�" Conference, omaha, �e- And haven't you discovered the good tolk. with much the same siehl! and """- HiStorically, because 1ri 186'J nalled. h1s ninety-live' theses aaalnst bra.!llr.a. SepU'�' 29 ' and' 30;· AU8u.st- Samaritan, that kind thoughtful soul laughs. You like W pibble peanuus. Alaska transfetnd to the United the doctrln"e of Ind�cesr on. �e CoUege �d·SeWna.ry, �k IUln- 110'110 tells you 'what yesterday's asslgn- I Ilke to �ew pencil lops. . And don't ". by RusatL Many are aw� church , door at WlttenbUT(, marking olse, ' �tober. 1; Amertcan Lutheran ment States �. clears up that polnt we aU feel a CODtmO� interest in oW" . tha.t Pire PrevetlUon 'Day 1a ott1clally, the bqinn1Il&: 'ot the RefonnaUon: and ,Church convenUon, San. Antonia, TI::l- about iaoecelea triani\es th'-e instructor beautiful mounta.1n IlJ)d In.' the ever " " fllscinaUnI :SUd o�er too fast? . .observed October 9 In varioua sta�, t.I;le birth of the, Lutheran Church, .as. OCtober. 9,. . klct�post? Eu,-enla. Sp"ncer

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PacUic H!.storical SOClely. of th.. at P'l\rk, Baltte �ples was ·orraubed " 18, 19J6. It ��braCl's . AUSUS� land, !lCs '"34, shlp' Is Wesson. Leonard' t Uvlri� groU: racial. or national. nine cm.mt�n\. for the DoHar Stumshlp b, 1 . Lll)l's In Tacoma. = I�t;: :::�:n =�I:�I.���I�cguI���� . I Mrs. Clarence McCleary, !Dorothy backSround. l1\ey a� Ih)�nes. E�KES!'O\' witb • snln 01 ......t , .aru\.l«lan"def$, P.t.lntal'ter. '341 resides at McCleary. thonlao.'. P'!I'..lls. aermNorweglanllo and dash of" dast S\vt:DE . and Lithuanians. . I Wash. ' . ' LAt,·lans. . ' . S....e<jN. rARTE\,E!'OTFileda Ta)'et, ',30. who has bt'en teach- The Socle}.y alms to establish Ilnd RAMSTAD rush. teachIlOW Well. no�e'Ve"' met the faculty �alntaln h\.<ltorlcal.. collections 1!lus�mIng tlt WOodlimd, Wash,_ Is � ""���f- N�mbu r1 tI Ing around ....·Uh a tray in his arm: PFLUEGER standJng 1118 I\t AU.burn. Wash. S��\� ' . :�: ac:!,\,':���� ;�ps.:o�� t�� ';:':II�! EDWARDs rI::ng �ff Jot"!n JO�I$(m. ·JI. Is prillciptll Ihere-..... lth his ��In I� his palm: 1935 Memb.' ot the 1936 stal.\.<Illcal. tlrSL-hand salller . to COiLSl: · FRANCK hltes and a terrific: on the black . .... : 11 8 McKenna school. ),�J Ken�a. �Ya$h, He biographIca., and �Istorloal Informa­ Assocj(ied CoIlel3iale 'Press formerly teacher a.l SOuth Bend. tion about them; to authenticate and the advantages or the t.... o-party system ....·lth·OAK QT, · EDITORIAL STAFF NEss: LERAAS teWngYIV BUNES8 that she can't sleep Wash. . ma.rk memorKbie' histor1cal spots and EDITOR · Hazel Hl!.gerup historical cli!lSS. and she InJormiJlg him that In hlS biology . born to Mr. and Mrs.. Vlg- conimemorale Important 'trylns.shal' �A son ....las 'he "woUId;;.t. ASSOCIATE EpITOR Nonna Preus I)1!rlalnlng to t.hem: aild to P!lbe�ents 1 ' . s.'>; HAUGE d)!li much; so taik 9 It could mar Hagene 2 g Berte sen SPORTI? WRrrERS - RUMell Frye, Roland Wuest, f l n the mlssh hlch f�1.ls I. W � �us Ing�lent experiment �' at Berkeley, Calif .. October Normlin Frye, Fales Mantn. ::::�7=�n�hOa:� :;a����t.3 o� ��: Ing link appears; ·MRS. FRANK putung the punch· Into 1�.Isa Ellln�n. a· graduate of '24. Is Society SPECIAL WRITERS -,Jack Odey. \Va'lter sChM�It­ tI�e time rtom enberg, Kenneth Anensen. Man'ln J�!l1�n. the party: WALTER JOHNSON,a.skln!t a 10,'e'IY fadY It ....-. t u tso ti I r h Soel ty II th ery at the REPORTERS - Elm Bergman, 'Ida Men. Lavauh bra�y. a�:�:, :�.,�al�e�, an� mt�: . this .....a.s her firs(. year at coUege . . . (It ....·8f� WtS . � ::��� �l':r�; ��lt:� McCall, Llewe)\ll O1\vie.!i. Ida Mae HOM. Elizabeth 'at PacUic Luthought ,Iocaled she be If wl seum-' �u�j0HN�N astsing U HONG W:\RDS,I �: bn.so -----I-��RWI!.: Calt\vRn Vlr�nla � the r.m would hJrt the rhubarb. REID·absolutely agree- Sh���� :::.rd. '34. Is teaching at ���lra�lA.:I�ej�e�lCs:�I�:I'��o���t:r:�e�� Jo n :rYPISTS · Corrine Mnlmln" Irene .,Odell ht,.p�on ',bollt' e\'I:..o:!h!!!.""'� MRS� ;;;.;" Bo�N;D';;Y;; '� In;;.t-M; ;;n"'To; work nlong these linrs ,, ;;"y;r '"W1I1tm.=+dno.n'::E"'�arch Mr tnd Mrs "'�11 " .' a "i" ld look lit her"':;eye; Mrs. Ruth Fr�Ck in and out. of the .kltchen with . EDFI'ORIAL ADVISER � g��r �wh nd�com :--.; Obrien both duates · of' � ) (;rR '''' U BUSINESS STAFF J offered the historical re-·· STUEN ' ptob�biy at home. tea�ng his hair 4s1ng.) out. " (Wilmae' near be Collins. Wa.sh.. where he search ill this fiefor 4, U\' ld. BUSINESS MANAGER O)lk Olnus on accoun, of his brlll.lnni. Norse class. PREUS telling reaches. " ASSISTAN;r BUSINESS MANAGER - Ellzabeth The Society has already a historical .hat a lovely long baby they have: t .... mothers the all PrU.'l of considerable value. and is prlnclplIl of the CQil�ctlOn MRS. KREIDLER showins her moth(r ni stinct by holding Lelt KIIPllen. '34. '\.DVERTISING MANAGERS - Virginia Davl.s. �':I::r�:� �����:� � i.';�;:;, �.th�I���� . and letting her. student$.. at the Lakamas school at Roy. oft Ihe facult}· ....ol\·es. EJizabeth Stuen d cookies rtrst. We saw Et.VESTROM walking around Pauline Schlerman, '32. became Mr. graphs. dJarles. ' Ie.tters. manuscript-';. ClRCULATlON MANAGER - Kath�')'n Anderson CtRCULATlON ' ASSISTANTS - HeJen� LiI)a. iast night. and without hfs seegar. guess· the drive must Nels Olson this summer. Helen Thralle. pnpers. magAZines. account bookS.: per­ Thelma Ness be O\,l'r. 'deep gag'. XAVIER making an announcement also of the clns.s of :32, �'as bridesmaid. sollai memoll"ll. pnmphlets� pl'O(!ram,s, EXCHANGE EDITOR Mabel Hess('m the Uke. about !ll� lIew boOk. "The Broken Scissors:' or "The Milton Nesvlg. graduate of ·J5. is RndStudentS AD SOLICITORS - Mllrsaret Larson. Vivian Smith. of PacUie Luth�ran <?ollege of the "Manitou MessinMystel.y 0; the Missing �nk:" being mislaid . . H anyone slstnnt editor Olaf Vernlee Scott help enrich thls . collecti(m? you will College. Northfield. se of �er" ll.'!e )· ple will ou 01 IIbnlry, BUSINESS ADVISER - ),tr.. O. J. SlUen has taken this book out . the a O h s Minn. \"rlurn II. !ie�)� ��h�� ;�:�d:�t���!e �h� ��:� employed at io be and also In behalf of President C llrtord Mes(orl!: . ·3J. Is' RIGMAROLEno WE NEE I> TO BE STOOD UP? Ihe St. Helen s Inn, Longvle.... . Wash. : who Is deeplr Interested In '-'-A�choir rehearsal let us know .....ho are ill tine singing Jo n Fadne!;.'I. '33. receh'ed his Bach- Tingelstad n h O (;u sl ru i gh t ! 1 ' 111 Ilot 1ll'ing moral ,illS! " 'ie. Alter saml' observation . ..... �w' the tonsils of elor hof Science de�ree front the CoI- ��hesruCCI'�:�)I:. �ll: �� :s�':e::::; allulolllii.':d. rH' ht'l'{l wllil'hing us wlllk, sland MACHLE. ED and Into It g g M RED LARSEN. ROMOLA·RUST. lege of Puget SOund lasL spring. He Is In brln�n . exlstenee. _N. J. HONG. and s i l . Hl'nwlllh('r, posilion in eycry l h , n g in . t' �" If you \\"1I.11t a car that Is absolutely guar'an­ .no..... eachlng at Woodland. Wa�h. q ,Ah � life, \Yl' un' goinj.( down on till' job wlwn wc t�d to r. on fore\·er. with a bellutlfu! paint Job 41s that. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jesson. Tacoma, . rr.ld{light b� four wheels, four fenders. JUld t.... o head­ (Hulda SlmonSOI1. '34) Rre rt!(:dvlng drop our dwsls into n�lr laps in l'llthusiaslll fur lights. ... ... ith R diamond studded. pure ebony bumper front congratulation upon the .blrth of a boy. fund, pic. poe;p-poop-a-doop hotn, and many Richard Philip. born July 19 back. " and (;1) straight ,iust o /n·e lind �we ho\\' il fl·(:JS. other amazing features-see JOE EDWARDS . . . A..... . J nn n Siand up agninst lilt' \\'11 1 1 with I h e lIa't'k of c·mon. JAYNE, �i\'C the boys smile . . . BEA LELAND '�;1d'���gin���:lk: �TEWART'$ i i �3: ha\�I�a�h;�� your hC' �1. � Jllr shouldl·rs. �'otlr hips. anti your Is a ·panther-eye·. bors, ask PALES .MA:RTlN. He told positions at University Place. 1'Ilcoma· 1 CROUNDand.GRIPPER I us 'he dldn't like publlcit}' but 1.0\ be sure ana get that Wash. IIl'('ls IOllrliing it. Fl't'! that str aigh l ha(:khollc ·.' SHOES I CAN'J'ILEVER .\Iul your shuuldl'rs a lit I your hips al rij.(ht tlrst name F-A-L-E-S . . . AL RooAN had us gasping In John C, Gopelrud. Jr.. 'JO, holds an . St Hele(ls Ave, . Norse elM .. . . the other day. We wondered it he WIl.'l going as.<;.\ s tant leaching po.�ltlon In connecM edical Arts ·BldS. ailgll's .... :\o\\' that's the way yot! W" rt· buil! to tell one Of t\IOI'e stories that are so much better eX­ !lOll with groduate work at University with �·tl.III' lummy hfekl'd Ulltler yUill' ribs. Hnd pressed In that language. We wish that little kid would of Oregoll. Eugene. Oregon·, r;!l till' hn('k i'If �:tlllr 111 1' knowinj.( ils pl:ln'. Ciw('k stoll blowing his �rumllCt durln8 �Ieeping hour.'l . . . PIN Eric Hauke. president of ttle Assocl. N�i.ghborhood l the I i S d ynurs('lf and how far ynu wtlnd" r frolJ) ti ll' POINT PRUDENCE: ALlp'E COOK-a honey . . . The Service Station ;:�� � :�:. 1 �' a I . �tm= �� ;� Della Rho Gamma banquet blossoms out ",1th·a kicking �raighl anti narrnw, �C post center piece. PnJbabl)' a gentle reminder that thi s Ruth Matsou, ·25. reeeh' e d her BaChI l I o\\' 1101 1 0 l':lfry hnoks dragging down I SO I So, : �; �:c:ma Wn. .. ltal)-renr' to .'lOme, a.nd silent tribute .to th()Sl;' .....ho elor of Arts degree at the University I l shoulder, Ihrowiug out :l hip. 111' balallced 011 a h,ne troo on bt'fore . , b that" Venus flitting around In of Wushlngton this year. ::===:::::=1 stul'k-tlul ItlllllllY with shoultlprs foldt·" il,. the nm .'lui!,. or HE1.EN-8TARK? In the Wednesda)· Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Thostenson. ;::: Printers - Stationers Hygiene claM. during . Ie lecture. 011 proper posLure. veal Everett. ,Soh'elg :.'Iangen) 'both gradu­ En'rylhill,!.! is oul of lint'. Stalld tip. Carry hlin the .sleeping posture alarn. lIltensUied the lICene .... ates of ' 3 1. returned Iu.:; t week-end for ' y"lll' hooks; don t 1t·1 tlll'm drag you :11'111111.1. P �9-'!.�� R lI.·a� beIng dlo;cu.'>5t'd. until It lI·M"Teallzed .that the prof. homecoming actJvltles.. him. For Elliot Michelson. '2!l: was married to MAin 2 1 22 1 7th & A Sts, didll"t have his pink .and purple P. J:s ...1th 'th,' ,'olllpll'lt; lTum h-('akhl'f posili!)I' is Ih-f­ Ihe maldmum benefits, The Hygiene Dep' l o should be ini lt'iy 1101 the wuy 10 sit in a chair Knct's Mllrkem at a ceremony In Port- ....------,---... l"Quipped \I.·lth nightshirts. nightcaps. etc . RUDY EL­ Odille Ore .. August 22. . Their addre5S l r-�------t akimho. rt'd inillg the middle of thc hud. .MER-greatest tenor since Caruso �cordln, to Rudy. land, I. � fil6 E. Thomas Sl. I� SeatUe. mcidenLRlly, gals. It's "10\'1' me. love my boss" . . . Who's Ft·(,t lI IHI{'r ,'ontrnl and iJuck up is painless. Tr� Raymond Electric Co, Ihat big. handsome man that look's· like MUTT FRYE I Among former prominent students it. 9 1 5' Comm.erce 51. BR. 1712 with the 10\'ely BARBARA KRAl\.'1ER. that goes walking · who returned to attend homecoming .\nd yutt lall girls� rt'"H'mhc r that a sl rui �hl t.'lk, t.....k. thls .....orld Is JlI3t �me mad rush. Isn't It? BOB ties on the campus were Olal Ha.g­ LeI do yQUf wiring MITCHELL Is the Ideal ),1'11 king. So wrapped up In his activi l i llt, is Ihe shorksl tlislu lll'l' h{'t"'N'1I I wo ·34. an ex-student president; Carl work. he even jumps around when PLC geu pennlizl'1:!. eness pt?inls. :\0 h undwd shouith'rs, jutting ht:nd, Martin. '33. former star athlete; Anna I Our football cal)taln-NORM FRYE would certainly give Mlkkeiset). cholr.sololst;, and Ruth I� saggy k lu·t's. and scuffling fet'l. Go in for low GRAHAM McNAMEE, FORD BOND. JAMES WALLING­ Norgaard. '3J. '31: Kathryn Johnson. ':W. ht'l'ls anti heud hC'1fI high. Dmi'( try 10 g<'l down TON. or JUly of 'em a lot of competition. 'They tell us Alice Peterson. '34. .and Norman West­ ENJOY THE OUTDOORS In ilH" !('\'pl nf th(' crowd, 'Vhat a hrt'a� yt)lI . that RUTH MEYER pla}'s the harmonica., too . ling, '34. all of ....·hom \\Iere prominent J.,!t't ill th(' Ilunules! Go Hunting \ in student afiairs. TIIREE DAZE"'ht'n you walk, flid� III ' yuur ft'ci. nOIl't BfLL CAPPS did the hWldred in 8.4. saving the game. r­ SHOT CUN SHELLS WE TIlINK THAT TWO 5lX F'CX>T TROPHIEG. A 11'1 your tUIll Ill�' Icnd you. (iu aheatl first. And COUPLE OF BRONZE PLACQUES, AND A FEW CUPS sllloothly. $ 1 . 1 0 p�� box 1 2 gage SHOULD ' BE AWARDED TO bAWRENCE GRENIER I, ThuSl' lll uSl·lcs and hOl ies uf ollrs \\'crc t'ul AS PLC·S GREATEST UNSUNG HERO! The uncrowned Hul for Sllllicthill� 'speciul. Stand up nnd give king of sport.smanshlp, with never a word of com�lalnL, · Lincoln Hardware · Is alwaY' In there ,,1th a fight that we all, should have i Ih('nf a1hn.·uk, Ynur innards w,ill behavc; your GA. 1 425 3736 So. G a IItt!e more of. Co�ta.J..al1ons, LaWrftSU . . . AlumnI. ciulla'S w i l l hl'long; you'll ft'('l lhat Iluthing CUll par3de, pep-rally. \1ctor)'. and mixer make up'a. swell fau yuu, ;\olhing l'an- when you are �oing. h��ecomlns . , Figure this one out-That that Is I.s that CARL'S SERVICE -slruigh l ! that Is not is that that I! not. A little punctua�on ye Ben· Cas, Oil, Tim .."II Acenlor"" BONNADELFi glls stude, . . Someone . talk.lng to MiM GUbc-IUon. 'Lel's gel acquainled" Another bramy person shouU!<i, "Teaclier'!1 Pet:', whereBeauty Sh,UI · · . uport the new teacher retorted. �Oh. th�y don't·· , . : . GA . 0 1 45-1- 1 P.ukIOlnd, W..� . 1 I 0IllN'lIming wus grlllld SlllTl'SS, Alull I ni. CA, 01;t5_.R.2 We dug this up in the Associate Collegiate Pres.5-8ome 1 "-______,-_-'-..;,; � Parkland you l'un k.('l'P in loudl with yuur Sdlll"! freshman. when wed a few questions in a psycholOrtcal All lines of Beauty WC?rk IhnlllJ.!h III(' )Iunrilll-l :\Iusl. Suhscrirlc no\\' ! test. r Ponded thwsIY,-A wh&r-f l.s a person far under the es · a\'erage size . . . A tambourine, is a' verY small. '5weet Permanent Waves , orange. Well, we·re· just. about aU throufh. b4t U you MAMNINGS t Eve.nings- hy app'tl In behalf uf the AssocillJed Studenls, the happep'� bark' yom shins o� the desk. remember. you GR EETING CARDS :\ic;oring �(asl wishl's to express con'dolente to do,,'t I'Hlly.feel tt. It's jwst a sensation In your mlcnr COFFEE for all occasions oosriUc world. Oh, yes. one last thlng-'Pt.attery Is mesUy Olis Grande i n his bereavement in . the recent ., [ �" . I all 5Oft·soap, and soft-soap 15 '90 �nt lye.. J)<ls.s,iD� of �Iis mother.

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J, .. . 'jd� 'C()m�!I Lht !'.fTI�ck of last Friday =on night. ()(:Iobl!'r � P 1.' kicker' foo� 1I;;:Ull.�i the 1)lgskln; t en C. OladlfUors "'eN' held to2,a t..h!IeOrt'I�' the 51�nl!lG thud of crastilng ttl' b)' 51 MArtin'!, Crln..,.,O" Rangers GI:l.dmtors. IIh[Htered :l.n th t("lIns _m� to lack � 5lron,l{ JII1X 1\5 22 �eh they eked out a . bUom wll.h the $llllp of " � pUllch. In the second Quarter o\er the nrong Ellensburg ball: now a word of Ilfl'"l5e from CoAch I �rlng lhl' Rangers tbok to the all" and were Ihe Luth('rnll'!I annulIl O!SCIl as the r�t 'It'am ml\k�s nice not downed unUi lhey had reached the ngl\lnst the �ol;d string. ; ILuthl'r'an oiU! Yllrd mllr!ter wh!!re they .Seated \.Iy the ""'Indo""" his right ,,'1 11.11' lIlliI'd to gRin Ilgalrisl stubborn QIRdl.,. C:l.me scoring terrlwfy. tightly bound ' hr a ea5!. his crult,hes nlor line. In the final Quartu P.eL. C fOfU'd a punting duel b<'t."·�n b�' his side, �.,.. YO\ln���t "'no' kllo�'a ::�:h:: nU'f\'lk: Gladlator Idl half. and h��: ���;to",��:':���; �� �� he belongs ou�. on that field. J:Trhll.p.� j ln four attempts. EII(,llsburg Qunrte;b�ck. ""'Ith . Ilk Bettlm: n IHth,' the better of the a lug' comell to his throat, the �eal1. . The duilty 'fle]d handicapped both t.ntlon dR"'IlS that he Erling Jurgen- elevens. parUc)l]a�ly If! p!L.';.'Ilng. ron. better known " Snookle:' wI!! Jay S.mth. and " Bucky" O·COnnor. never again Ihl!! .season dOll a suit Lutheran .h�ves.. showed well. In the I\·lth t.b.$4ang. or as lullbaek lug the . whUe Orerfle·r. Aryenson. Ilnd Jla�". Tommen'lk to SOlle, ball to pay-dirt for 01' p, L. C. ,,'ere. out.sUl.n�lng In the Luthertm :l.ppeared to be on .Unfortullate. Indeed. 1i... the los... to I dru"" but the' Ellen;'lburg the teRm of Snookle. Rnted by COft.Ch peel In several he "as slated The (�"('ntr �'nn::l stripe ' can be obta,ned al plenty of action 8g"lno;. ;t the to " 8uckS" O'Connor then auemptM tough ball cluts of P L C "S schedule, . FISH MKT. ch:l.ik liP thr points \'ia the field Many an eOI'm) grldster to know CrystalLEWIS PollOK' Ma.ket BR 4"267 s.:oal rou!e. but mlllSed' the uprlgilts by nursing badly injured Aml from Satlhe name of Snookle Jurgenson Ta-coma Wuh,nRlon Illches. In the M'cotld stanza. the eallt- IIrdn 's warfarl' Ho�·e\'er. Ullder the But fate showed Its hand' It 1'rn Washington school found them- wntchfu\ eyes tlC hI... nul"M'. he I, mpbrilislug scrimmage se��loll �1,I\"t"s III prnctlcally the san;!' position tdlr rou.ndlllg Into shnpe . . the All Heldelburgs. -Tacomll UfO· BROOKDALE ' but. placl' kick tn' 8n>1thRlIpL F.l!e�s ele\·en. lhat "SlIookle" had the mls. b . I Ellensburg on I 's lwenl\' }'lIrd line. k I . Id fort e of Injllrillg his right ankle A BARBER SHOP Ru Adl tor cfilltef. ss Gl ,,'tlntasil'S f'r.pslr",,,,, � Frye. �:: l b\l��� 'h�: ;:I:���'ltl:;l ' the I hl\st ) X - ra)' Indicated break to 0111' 01 th�. smaller bon� WHh this came 'piritf'd Wildents n>tUMl to 'he field 1 b\ F::d �!�I)lt·OI:'�:�; \����c;��'"�.'::" 1 B)' A,S,o;oclRtffi Collegiate Pre.'l.." WELCOME STUDENTS IlJlIChdo\\1l conscious ,ler ,nten"!ell- I \Rrd Illt!.rker A Jlne pia} ""Ith SoLII' Each yl'nr a�ut this li feature the realh;�lIoll thAt thl' husky fullbllck me . ld b ut f th sea:o;otl. And the ------tm!j: a nn hl� 0\\11 fort�-)ard line c!lrr�lng till' bll.li. Iwltl'd Bnln of writers �elz� the opportunity �f dis- �:�n j:\.S� st.a.��ll\g� �oo ; i�-----", three .l"ilrds O'Connor \h!'ll took Ihe 1l11l�'lng 10 t he�r reader� lhe stupidity Coach O and his boys will ml�.. wr PHOTOGRAPH Beh ind good WIHcl� .freshmen are alleged to rxhlblt this blondrlson �1I11 !lround right I'nd , -:r-- ' �)'ke from east of the hump. YTH ANYWHERE . AN ING � Itl lerferellr". I!.nd. a final !llnsil hrou h 1 In �"flth�g their psychologlcf\l lest..'\.. As_ We kllOIl." lhat. What team wo ]dn t ANy TIME opPOSing bncks. O'Connor do\· 'e IntO · t I hI R al\.�\\"ers-�obably hlghl�' But also know thaL the 1055 ot our . . '( � .par dirl COf touchdown. cnlon>d b�' o\'er-ellerBetl� scrlbe!.-are player"'ene\'er did rulil good team, The �'ls:���! e�hSlto " a phi c B�ci 61;�. Tht' pi:l.ce point weill widr. r.J w !l}"s re ealed. This ]1st of frC!lhmen i!: !l\·i n . Gladlntors will be out to show tht'y'\'e a wlnz:�';! :evell. even m'lnus I ( I :�:;:::� ie��I:;)� �;�I:e:'���;I:�me lIuthelln.y\or. mced . down �he Sidel!ne\ IImll til t' !<Cort'. PLC 6��:::�)�urg OrY� .ells ,B I . ' u d I I f:f1 A bladder s a spongy p!lllt'r (0 IIb- . When the. boy:!c:IIl1e PARKLAND CARACE . up agaillfit Bel ;�c��llStr� ��:�d ���� !:.o�BI�.� ��p: N�<.el�· C LER ' K. :t,t.s l sorb Ink ngham. MonmouLh. 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PACIFIC LU�ERAN OO�EOE. PARKL�ND. WASHINQTON OC'roBDt '4. 1936 Many Alumni Back �lusi<aic_ :Giv"n by School Orchestra M" ri-�l rel Rurem Will Delta Rhos Plan . For. Homecoming . Dormilor�' Auxiliary ' Ha,s Twenty�Oil'e , ' 8e �r"�lll l'res;'dt.ut Sk�ting . Party ' . -- . muslcule and sliver �" Marga;:-et l�orem. thlid'�'tar normlll M�ny PLC alumn i .and. former stu· sUAPlX'complimelltal cn i'yest " Ot"( g .a t iatra under rehe�rs�l� are w('11 (' r was \ ' gh' rday e enln t a now with nty one m president 01 the . Delt!\ Rho Gamma Initiation \\"�,�\ tudent, was ('l�ted dents returned to their ....lma Mater Central Lutheran Church. Ta.c mbe ' m" )' ._ tw-e r n a C .last- w('('k. Enid Blake. held ptldll�' evening In the dining hall\ o a. by Dram lub last ....et'k·('nd for the IInnual home. Ihe qromen of thi- Pacinc.Lutherlln Col. J met't.ln� 1•try TUesday ·and ThurWay I'I�-pres.ldent: Eugenia SlX"ncer. decorations chllrflctentt"d 'cam! at � �2. m: under the rttrffllo�n. 01 retllry: C1'este;r Solie. treasurer: and Table coming fe.sth·iUes for ....hlch the �Ia. Tege {):)rmltory Ati:dliary. J1U!'i �nt's. Including the kicking pOt;! Prof 0 Ei:I",·ards. . The prQ£f1Lm In�ludt'd: tt'd students Connie crumb, .librarian. compnsr the Orth�rd ard cre-e�. ....en'" hosts. . La. 1'\'C!!!lli The orc�t'$tra membE-rshlp Is 1I.5 .fol. remaining rrom lhe '''l\fl1!tarj' . . offlc�rs. . F'rida�' Follo.'lng art·the (lew membtfS pep rail)" brought " Mlnul'l" Symphon . y" . 1011,1': . Orleg Group leaders to direct plays wUl be Mccall: VIrginia Tl'gner. Dortlapproxlmll!l'ly fUty.. CAt ?, \ elhl'r for Trlo--KatheriQt' Pren!!cl'. \'Iolln: Te" . rsr\"louil: Evelyn Sy\'.er50n. Nen'lIfl chD!W'1l tht.'S wee�·. and the date for the I'aun Petersol1, Vh'!fUl Smith. Marlon parade which len the. campus at Chrls.llal}S('n. ·c�110. and plano. Ross. OctO\"lus Thorlaks-o;on: 5eC()n"d flrst" drama night' dt'CI<!td upon. Keith thy Johnson. JUJle Nicholas. Birdie LUI1\ w ren . ·\olln: I Sf"\·en-thlrl}·. and It'd b>' police escort )Vhl te· H�s . of the Syh'la Miller. Merle Pflueger: Reid. comm('t"(lal Igson. Janice Brones. Avis H-II"land Fouty dratn v\ola. :\lIU'iarethe .Thorlaksson: Cello. ult)' II.d,'urr. . . lnstructor, Is the fac· \'Ruth continued through South Tacoma to thl" ' A.\()�g the W1l10ws" {):)".-nton. Betty Ennson. Ruth Roxy square at Ninth and Broadwll}". M� Chfl.rlC5 Welker: soprano: Murlon Daneklls.: flute. Lois Mile �or. I · atne)'. Ida Mae Ho,ss;. Le-ola Lockw . Mrs. Karl We . m panlst Tht'rt' the cheer Icacter,s led the crowd iss.. IlttO ton: danneLS. Stnnle)' .Ford. {):)nelda Llellt'eUIl Dal'la. Belly Millfr wood. In �·ens. which were augmented b)' "The T'I\'cl\·c·Pound Look ";.I. M. BarTle Sullh'an, St.an Fr1es. {):)nald Monson: German.- CI'Ub'"T0 . E\'elyn Ta)'lor. Astrid Anderson.' ElIt.r.. ���Z����:::sa;:pl::'�:IiPP}" rhythm or ..�;. ����e��'r.;· �· Gordolr. re��::rt ��:�,�t:J:��n..����sl���m:;��� Install Officers �i�: ;:��:�ne MldtM ter. And BrrWolf 'Owen: alto �Xfl!.'hone," VI�11lll Hnll: PLC's gladiators.thnlle(1 alumni and '"In Autumn" skatln� part) has been !lChedulcd r s local fan$ Saturday aft('moon ""hen C olelody saxaphone. Bar,:,!-ra K!",,l\.f . Charles Welker . New GermAn Club ofrtce� \1;1\1 be A No\' \l;as appoInted Helen SOOtt \ht'l' \\'on the home-comlng rootbaU Mrs. ..Lora .Kreidler and M�. T, . O. I(,nor ·saxoph()I\e. Kenneth Anenmsoer: n: .installed at a party·to be .held �dAY fo� as c:omml�tee-on ar. chalrma S preSided are . tablell. supper the Ilt " 1th drums. Robe.rt Lando; pla�lst. LeOnard el'(�ninraAhe home o.f Ellzabtth Friis. r·lngements.li wroriththe ga�e f�om. Ellensburg Normal . A Manon Ande,rson. score. In the evening. the alumni Retiring officers wm act host05, and Margaret Demers ' aSslsUnKJohnson'alld . Wl;'rt' �uests of !.he st,!denl6 at n mixer D elegates Attend Th� or��e!<tra "'!U·pla), Fl:lday morn· nU- club members aM! lirtrtt('d. The. salc of chrY!a�them�� at the the e?llet;e gym. Proe:ram Included Committees nnlng pl the affair In· Ing ll Ii]' chapel. and)ls plannlhg to pa.rs . �' ot Louise as aturday In ' c ha�le game . n t d ee.. t :�c:i�� \�:h��f�:a� ��:�:a� �:;; �����:te�:��:�d ��:d�:=Ku�rs;�:' Hendrlck.�oll and Ruth Oownlon. , �ls�lonary. M;--. :c�:���: ��!��; �:��� :���� I O U ' son: I'ocal solos. Pauline WatLS: plano Norma Preu.s.�nl. an l\. . entertainment loyd Thorn on, Gol· ......... ........"..."..."......:::"�..:;:::.:::.. Cholr_ dene oe rltz nd Bob MitCh sc'ccuOQb}·. Rnland wue:;t.J s ; Jl dlL u l a THE S.H�MROCK rsen. ce·prt's dent. h were c ostn IS "Uncle Bob's Bride" presentt"d un�er :.. to Teprr.sent the t.. 0 R. . . -lO, �.hhed . the direction of Waeene Cala"an by delegates e at Missionn. Gar.y Pfluel{er Chosen' th Women s r y Federe. .IOc 0. ll'u Hllmb"" ltli ' ' the Drama Club Ion COI\\'t'ntlon -held lit Our Savlor's Chapel Glea.nings Fre"hman. President \ P." ,h, Ave & A,rOOI! Road socinl hour and refreshments fOI' Lulht'rn" Church In Tacomn Oct. 6. Wonderful Is the book· .....e . all shoul(! 10'.l·e.cl th(' program' .. . .......... c!i Pflueger was chosen to head �e�h�!�:r �e;tl:!r:e���t;::a'";��� treasurt'-thr Blbll' .. lth Its brel!t) of theGaf}' . ho frr!;ltman class at an el«::l\on Ia�.t w:_ xplanation :\tission Societ�· to Hear beaut In honest) e · phra ) . " (' " .... 1ft' ('I«te "rt' � Include k officer5 e r eta.T)' Other d Stanle a nd treas. > 1 I Drt IIlg lind unit} Reo,'. Alvin Le'l\'is urt'r respt'clh·el�·. Fries , Ice'presldent Virginia DII,ls t . -J. U. secretary: treasurer. Harold Holby: I Vt'fnn Tegland Wl\.« appointed chiliI'. What all ns.'iUrtmce It Is 10 Xavier THOR RI'I' Alvin Le.....ls. Tncoma. Wi ll �I)I.'nk I! man the NEAL E SEN .'IOU� s I , argeant·nt·ar of Harry the McCorm Year lck: commlttee ms Book ) . �' � 926. \ B'OJdw�y MA,., 48()' abll' to .fly In the hRven of �eS\L� Mr. RpmstRd WRS- el('ct.ed class facull to the Mission SocICl}' this e\'enlng In bookle!s ..111 be distribut ed nt' Rrto mbt'. Rnd thl.� c�n only be done b�' be· n-dl·lser. tht' recreation .room. Mus!cal numDers the ncx! 'mt'eting I . , I ..�!!!.. ':!' :!! ��-=.:.,!i ���� -:Ing a faithful Christian. includf' "ocal selections by E\"a ---, r---' Ojcsc\al. lind a trumpet solo .by Paul . E \. Conl'ention Is J. P. Pflueger . ... ' a e u S lated fOT Of-t.... �2 23 S PREN ��� f!' JON �S I r :n:�a� �z: ., F�?· lhl' 'Irst meeting. AI"ln Roe:an I . dj:I � :�=; :re� w:: ::; � : DAHL CROCERY CO. I 'VJICn and Jewelry l S ..a" ell.ct{'� presldl'nt II Knutson I (.ontinued from Pa.,1' Member Un,led Purdy SIOreS , shed blood on the cro.<.S for the forghe· tce preSIdent MtJdred Lnrson '$Ccre· I spoklllw and Mr N D Sholloal l'r st.ate I nt'.'iS of our sins A W Rall).Stad CAr 3BIS�R 5 P",k.IJ.,d tan and ROland Wue�t trea"u",r supenntendent or public tf\-�truClt� l 4--1 1 30 Broadway ___ __BR._4375__ Churlt ) hope and Calth are ___ OUL·of·Slate repre�nlaUon Wn\ lnClu zt' I grt'Ut __________ _____ ___ . _ __ . Importallt In our lhe.!; Mr Paul F C!\dman consultlng\ccon 'aau; thel'lrlues greatest of these Is charlt) r S f n MORE ANO MORt N. J. Hong P,1fkland Mercantile Co. Confad', Coffee .sho� , ::�n:. �:;e ��=·���O�d::�:�O�, I Folk. Are Comins to the Parkl".,d. Wa�ni.,glon Stanford Unlverslty.FOUNTAIN Expet! Pt-OIO F,nishi.,g, PnOIO The program. In general. 110'111 con.�lst Some Students Go PEOPLE'S STORE Suppl,es and Courteou� ·Wash. Brookdale. or �ort Insplra\lonal addresses. pro· . Far for An Edu('ation _ servICe ______________ <-.. Promp� . grams for hom!)gt'nous groups. soc:\al � P says · res.-s ColleglRte clnled «o As. n,e dllcntlonal and programs. luncheon a ... .... -. '--. -1 . .;---..--. PARKLAND BARBER SHOP few unit buslnes.s sessions. and Informal thlll some 01 the studt-nls at the-Unl· Broadway Shoe Repa" I 1------------� and unguided contacts. to CArT)" out thl' \·erslt)· of KentuckY go to great lengths Bubtr S LIEN b SEL V.IC . Imagine for rlng an cOI educRtio I Educatlonnl Progres.o; and Ch'\c theme. '� n d,fd ,010' . Pr('!,cripl'on o.u�g,sl5 C. P. K NUDTSON , Prop Mr Morrl..« Ford. PrIncipal of the 1 11.800 miles Just . to go to $ChOO!. From Oorecl Imporlers of Int F,�esl BROADWAY Parkland. Wash Parkla.nd gradt, SChOOI . Ret as tOR.'lt· �hlnn? tndla? NO. they onl). live about I NQfweg'II" Cod L"'�r . c �s , n s from er s F A r but they ".:�:::::. ::::::�: .:: . :.::::.::�.: : mastcr of the W. E. A . banquet. Thurs· 1 30 odd miles from the campus. ' I COf. and T"comll !"we. ' . �--!:�=.2�-L --.-------'"7" fellOWS the of , One dall)' commute 1 October da�' nlng. e e\" Win· . Hotel at 23. [§l . . e . r le tu u _ __ ____ I ...... � _ _ _ .. . . . . .. .. .......... .... '" r :h': ::P;�; _ __ _. _ Brookdale Lumbe r Co. I �:���· lIn:s;!��lt� ��� :�rn�:� :m; ��t;:I1��:�O; g�W;:r B,ookd"le on Mounl�,n nt; =l�t': :e� ! th(' music. � �� H'Rnway u ..')���� :�:r lg AMERICAN ART C.O. CArland 3 8 1 1 · ) - 5 KLOPFENSTEIN'S you·.....e answered that one. � 9}5 Broadway . lhll;.when TIllIS PLC students and one � C,fts - P'ctures . . .................... , .. , .... c!i of lht'm a ccedl ha\" e blc}' c led to school �, ........ From the land of earthquakes. sc��� � )· ��: �.--.------.-.------.t ho e ;�;: , fomla ' and mort' specifically � : ;::�� :: : g h I : Piclure Fram,nR Francisco, romes a ne\\' kind of four miles from LIle campus. ho\\' man}" Hand Quality 'Knitting . Co. . actual miles have they commuted? apart the I'er�' foundation of the ' 0", Specialt Wheeling one S w9J: to knollo'ledge Ilsh language. BfO"dwlI'f It may sound funny to 'you. bul It soundS IlOt difficult, but try It In T"coma. Wun. l 1 1h ll; serious proposition \l,1 th,Lou I-):ar· the rain sometime. rison. a former student at San Francis· State College, who Is experiment· rLAR!.EN'S PHARMACY Ing \\'Ith a new type of poetic eXpres· MA,n 0504 BROOKDALE CROCERY A�D M EAT CO. sian. It Is ba.sN on the of a specIal Free Delivery GArlan.d OIOi'J�,llnd 0l93R3 verb made from nouns and used In a verbal and often adverbial sense. Croceries. Flour, Hay, Crain, Feed. etc. c1;��I';� ���r;:����k�:�IY�r�:��;; I�===�=====�I L a reV.' II!Ustrations Mr. Harrtson or. Ie 1--------.--------.-.------.- -[' fers. 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u . to S(>rw' as,group ]rfld<-rs. fI!;:ISI!'lffi ill d ir t ing b)' . Dft\'ls. Venter Biller. Rnd Bt'I Hrice ,CUI Courlc",}' Nt''''"!'' Trlbun", Bonney Addresses bud. rcsp('Ctl\"cl),. I � h \ I 1l O �� I ' H i story ' Studen �� " l:' .� �o P!: 'Sd:��: �: ;�:I':I�:���!� I dU�:> 'a��,� �g���:: :"��k7����n -· Mr. W. P. Bol m.'}": secretary of lhe " Phl�applc Snlad:' imdrr lh(' dlT('Cllon o� Helen Scotl; lind J('.�� Plluej('f'r will Loca 1 Teachers, I \\'ashll1gt�lI1 .$1111('l HISIOl'lcal SOC'iCI}, dlrf'Ct ·'Buslncs..<;. ;Ind Forth," . I i "ddreil."I'd group '?! Northll'l'st Hls_ Work will begin Oil the oJ)l'relta · nd: · lor�� sludt'llts Rnd olher lnlt'rested pt"rQ'tudents, Atte a flnlll selection ,ot R s llnblr one I Ed uca·tlona·1 M e l..SJIlS lnst Wrdm'sdllY a\ .0111' o'clock' .'" Will Hav� League Is made by the comnllt!-«' comllO:<eq 0{ 1 1110' ehBpd. The talk was ftrrallg<'d b)' Keith Reid. Pauliil(' Watts, Mftn'ln Jl'IlSCIl. lind Anne! Alld('rson. Mal1�' Pn.JIIl' u theran College I!nc - M�� Rent'ftu, In the Inter�t.s of her Convention lIere Northwest History c1 ill t m d d l . � ql :i:l�e:::t�I:��;:}(I: �:'�:::�r ;�;���� r;� S:I:;y, ;)::!bIY the Told by Pioneer Luther l�a"ue ..... 111 1.1" Local Company Has mg'on Edn,,<lon { """0" " on no'",w", 'on·' . ,..,'m" tlt bo ln l ' \\ Early Beginning �i�·�; ��p ;A��n n�e���:�����: �,7�Ly ;�� :;0: 50 �::��;;L ���� st��e:tl! ��('tM:l��e:;,:r;:�:� III ThC(,lmil. wllh tf'acher.! rrom the h!5�Ory or �he SLate Is closely reHistory clll48' and othel'll In tereMed. The d('\'el:>pmelll � �_,,�f' PlU'ktnnd �chool (,TCp. M ro:<on 111\:1 111111"1'1011 counties lroted to .Its de\'elopmenl. His s»('Cch Pi s B 2 III Pa r k l l nd, nnnounce!:! Light -and Water co w hich WII.\ I at t nd n f' �� � :�r:�r��1 :���n��U��le�;�I:� MOII,'t.>d cOllllnull\' throughout, linking �:� nt b t ey a�ared: h t t gether rrocts lon, Gent'ral Illnac recounted COUl\t�· L Ph-'�t' TR�·lor. S ' t ' s ou!' � � �� : � � f'��I.�� � :1 ���� io;.e � �:s ��:�! l I el Lewis, plistor oL, Onr Sn...lor'� hl'r earl)' t'ltperlellct'SStevens, ll; :-ch ools. pre�ldf'<l I nddlng Incidents of persoillil ch racof the '"good old terpr . is a mlltt er olynk(-,(,I' loen l �npt'rintcndf' Church in TBcollln� . ler which nrl' Infrequrntly seen In his· In;un d:\)" InUmate s ." and !fave, N. by her Mr ! nd a rm:ll Hong. lI1 l r. J. m'ral .. L t('rest. J P POIWgC'r. Rnd Mis.� Vh" tor}' boo�s. The North Pnclflc Dbtrlct cxtend', personnl touch "lire to the dry bonn of The Parkland Light and Wnt{'r Com,, : Ren'r{'nd on lI1ihlngton history." s ,,'{'rr s!)(,akl'rs In \'R:iOIlS Irolll British Columbln thrOugh Oregon. WWashington , pony wn.s �tarted 10 the �PTll1g of 1 9 14. lallt John I('rrltory w� lint orJ " �last a n d .lIt·ralfl and {'a ch Len ue I!' L'X ('{'Ie<! to .sclld The original coopt'rltto r.;. E B Eli lng- ! Sf'C L <.m al m(-,(,I LIlg s 01 th .. ronn·n tlon_ Ilioorl11g SOil. N. J, Hong. 1'1'. D. Cn'mpb<.'I I. D. , �::: T�' I� �:�ll t\�n\'1' of nb�ncr from !��z:I:�edl�!mb�h�:�1�7ItoB:\':��� Offer COinbined R�ttc� �vernl delegat: alld YI:ums. p d No definite pfOR;rnrll hilI! been plall- work. III the fR11 of �he Skme year be urS<lny. Statc Sliperintelldrnt. ��;l��,;��r: ":';;:r:��::�:h��"�'��� , N .oDn Th subscribers II('(] RS �'el. but Dr. T. Oul llxson. for Ills fnmlly, UYln!f In New_York. Shownl\rT �pokr on " Forwl'!Td In III an rUort. to grL sLgn<'d on April 8. 1914 � llld lo lC t Moori "'hlOc o th g Dr Brucr R. n" Edu Baxter. at for Io> lilc n Mas li I . pr{':o; dCllt .Luthl'r TI\(�ol08lclll Scm" who ad l' the hRzardous jOl'lrlley Beginning wllh t1;\'eh'r mt'mbers, th ., I through th� Isthmus of Pallama and of WlILan1. C'IIC Unl\·er�1ty. Sa. PACIfic LUtilerRll Hernl�. a combined IIlIL'rv In 6of . PAul. Illld Dr N. M. Ylvlcompany started WIth capital 01 Iline prt'sldem 1 I a s . a h P .-:hUlldrt'd dollars. and built the water :�l �:;' /�� h;�r :�::���:���::� ;.%�. � �1 ��u:::���e� �::r .�; SIl k�r will bp Im·Lted M convention �:a:�h ::� �I�: :�l'Sr:�s, r��� :: . roads to IS)':o;t('m. laying the first WAter maUl. who SIJokt' Ilt tht' g('nern\ meeting!' the Mooring Ma."t. and Mr_ Edwin Tin- :O;\lCllkcr1j. Further IlI·rRllgcme'llt.os nre almo:H inlPa.�ble muddy . t I . :�bi�: :ut��l w�: : a����r. be�: w{'rr Cora L Olc:<o.11 . prr�dent 01 Wash" ge:.stad . cdllor Itnd mat)lIger of the 1;('lng madl' by All exccutlve' cOImn: ll- completl' this litHer route. en the Sl.{'vells f"mll)' g.rrived Itt . Education A:<o.'<OCiatloll; Dr, LRu- Herald, t('� compo&'d of Rt'\·cl'c.ud (,('11.'1:1, ' A,. l mpia first ,)IPCS were Il'oodcn. and after lYing ' m!!tcn h?mes. e . enty lor th .... rElte t found subscription tile but Formcrly: 9hlo n. o t ca du c of r )" <;(I proh'& ZlTMs. ra y In thr hot SUI1 thc\" shrunk a 000. deal' St;ttr University; Dr. Paul R. Hanna. ' theSt' pllpers has been one .doUnr C"ach, A. Myktand of tl\.�. a ullh. Ed CamPbel l OTo c�eAle new h�mes. to try con" but the\'. "'cre togetht'r �f'\'erthc. S. l. a t a w I er P a r lde I1 tn f I p f ". � rs. �::I;:. K��:Y' I.:�:SO�vc::�:n�: �utt:�:;11 �� ��w �\�Ce��ltl����: Jto�The cracks wou-Id c�me, how('\"t'r, �;�:� :��d �� r�::i �. �:�!a� �:�: �n�lc :�v��lt:�: or�nt h�� O�le� g:'�iC� : were only I w of the duties oC Lhe �uitlnl>" ccollomlst. SR� Fr:lIlclsco. - g:e:,; Illto errl'ct Immediately. O. SVAI'e of P�klnJ1d. . and \\ater spurted all o\er. Tnp dubl, first exccutlve cfamily. During the three years spent In OI),mpIR many 'a� exe lHod�r" Hnllotve'en Traditions Have Pa an ' Ori in g g �::: ��Z:.::e;x����:;, ��r:.': �..:� ��� to bt' dlsheaJ'tentd: Tht'lr pAliCllre WAS HALL�E'EN C'k"'ention the name such elrmental Ullngs as Ul big four- E\'en du ing for apples Clnds II.!I be- ���� ���:I�:es:�: ���';�:fn�S �;� r('warded. for the wooden pll?C's began lind whllt comes to the minds of all?- earth, air, fire and water.e Fruits of gln,lllng In an old' supersUtion. Th� away from his home because of his to tighten. and befor(' long t'\'cn the 1;\'ltche� on brooms. black cats, weird their eooperatron-nuts, apples reprc- story rllns tha� If the lucky person to work as Indian lupen'lsor and ra.J1uncertain oncs d{'(id<'d lhlll ahe: all whlll'-roted ghosts. goblins and e\'en !«'nting the Goddess' glfLS of ....Inter cnech the ·apples sleeps �1lh It undl!r surveyor, (hili throwing hit fam­ . lJ('�haps t he new pipe s)'stcm WII.$ ad . \> < . It Is a time for parties an� food-.stlll are an Important part of hls or p{'r pillow, the Cuture. help-meet. U}' more or less on their own resource.1). \·an U\�eous. Within a year thc mtm- prumpkin. .l.Ilks br young well Ii.s old . But lh(' program. However. the Imprestil\'e. of that person will appear In'a dream. During the Clvll War Oovernor' 6t.e­ bl'rshlp hRd morl' than doubled. At hol'l' mall)' oC u!; kno w the stra ly fen'ent reUalous ceremonies oC old hftl'e SUll another notion Insists thlL� if thc ven:'; Joined the orthern forces and prrsent therl' rore 280 watt'r users, dually d i d 1 1.0 h Ode gI d I lI I t le m i th ? m' The 101l01;\'lng rur the po\\'er plant �� ��I�w;'�n :f �:ay . dates back �;:rl Oc 1ll:;;I::t :nd �a�et�. I� ���;� :� ��h� �r:: ::r ��J�:r� �a;rg� .:� ��a:l��:���cr ����e�a�!n; � hair, h('r future 'hUSband hilS bl'en Ilamed In his honor. ' , !Continu� on Pap' 4 1 of expre�ng gratltudc ccmblng her to pagan Umcs. It orl gl.nated In part. fOrm r ' pu from" the ancient autumn festival of' Cor the boun tlCul han-est has long bel'n will look o,'er her shoulder Into the Mrs. Bates ..... a ompanfed here by ' the Brltons.in honor of lJle1r '�'tlll God. replR«'d b�' the deSire for Jokes alld glass. Bowc\·er. under no cI�umst.ances hl'r husband: Mr. B, Bates, a Pep Rall�' Friday " Plonecr In Law: ' If not a pioneer of Their homage took on a brilliant fonn: pmnk.. " , both am i g and annoying. can she look aro�n(t. There 1;\'111 b:o a pep l y F'riday hug(' bonflre!lO upreM('(l t.tJelr gratitude E.\'er)'thlng conne<:t.cd with HaUow("en Superstitious people a\'aid the. the coulllry. " MIM neau, ....ho was noon for the Bellingham pmt' at the for the han'eM. On this night th(' Is 5uJ)('matural. Departed saints flnd Churchyard and the Cl'metery on thiS resllonslble for Inviting the spe1lker :\frs. Bates. to the school. Intr uced LIncoln Bowl on Saturday. St.udenta lord oC dnth. Samhaln. allowed the their refuge In thl' ghosts; black eats. f,a leCUI night, be<:IlU5e of 'the com requested to meet on the ,teps In souls of· th06e unf rtunates who' had the tradltlonal companion of Il'itches, belief that the splrlLS 01 the dead walk t he speak r. that and e meets a spirit . on if front or the tnaJobuJldlng ' t tl'l"eh'e� died In their sins within the last �'ear are alw ys with them. The pumpkin Is abroad. l:hlrt,y, where the yell leac1ers will have to escape their con'fines'ln the bodies. the s)'!Ilb:)1 of the harvest, Stealing of facc' to Cnce, he wl'lI fall InllCnslble. Health Impro\'es n� , of . lower �nlmais and 'a\'eDge t,iJem- gates. gateposts, and other I� irt- Then!for�, not even In the mOllt drRlltiC Friends will be happy 1.0 Impw that c� of the cheering a . · Ieles are due to a hanll;.o,·er from the II.Ituations should one turn around or Elnora Asper, P. L, C. student In the l£sl 'Thursday � _. students S('h'l'S. . Inf­ rallied at .. send-off&tfw to the tetm. Th(' tra t o day orlltnates also am,lent times. when these 'were to have look behind If h('' hears 1oot6teps on high school department, 11 greaUy proved In health, She hu. been �­ Thl'y �ted in � hall Of the trom the anc1eQj. Roman festival in �n take� from the wicked by the ('vII Hallol'l,e·en. and 1s e·en .mlctlon, lun. spinal a with from s)'llonymoU$ is .. o ll a custom ('n : Hallow( old An feMg spirits, fruit. of , ma1n bu1l41ng' to supentine Ulrourh honor nt Pomon&, the IOddess ' pass1n.a by, It .'trikes the s-ppoky note Juit between In the Tacoma Convalescent' Hospital girdens. She hOClDrid about to chalk the backs of thOse the dorms. and aa:ros.s the football ' of the campus ....� the · tint of November: and beca:� If shout the wo�, and Scamper aw�y, (ear and p!ea,sure th&t.\rs Intriguing. where It wUl be necf:llU.ry I�, 'her to tleld to th! 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Tho�a RaSmu.s.se:-IS at the LakevIew ' S:lnltar ulTl, eview. was nlfl\rtdtl7r,,;e:"ftfTS·onlrom---rt nnor-W"U .u �((1 �nd.1s happy .1.0 receive v'tsltors. ful · and that ,Is the spiritual life . developml'!'lt. SylvfQo Larsen. '28: nurse at the Power lies In Chrl!l.L and His works. Childre�'s Orthepedic H0.5pltal. Se- ' . -Po E. Hauge. " a)lle. Wa.shLngton. Let �IS be thankful that. Jes� knew Roberta Torrl.son. '36. Is enrolied in w�y. he hRd come Into this world; �nd � rse r I c Le nkrul t ��: ;� �: �:; : ��. :71� �i� I��n�o��� . n � i: fornla The highest form of spiritual lite

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Everything far VOI:" Hallow'en Festivities

(i1udialors exhibiting the most powerful foot CADENCEhull I('um they have hud in years, tI�ere ,is not We're approaching, wt.th wide eyeJl. cnatter)ng teeth. Ihe Ilt'arly enthusiusm Ihul they. merit. AI the . and a loud Whistle, anoth� time when th'e gObUns, spooks, foothu l games, at 'the I >C I' rallies, and in school. ' and tho.5e guys on the broom will be OYing around In- the a f(.\\" old fuithfuls beur the brunt of the cheer­ night, wrelLking .havoc on our dear old c1VWz8.UOn. With ing. TIle 'bonfire rally lo'st TImrsdny nish� pro\'{·tl thal concJusi ..:ely, · Of. course. the others . Willlt Ihe leam to win, but are they willing to, get out �nd sU.i>porl them? :-Jo--'there 'ure' · tate their girls to I. nice scary PlIo'rty and munch on jelly­ bUns, k.eplels or . Corn� etc. , . (� pleue let MR. cn�)U�h otlwrs to do that: "Thy sho"uJd Ihere PFLtTEOER'S tence, and MR.: NQ'S .soaf alone) . he. allY shirkers'!--\Vhy �an't we all cooperate? · of course, II y.ou get tOO bored. come h'ome; and well tell Students of Pa,ci,fic Lutheran. College, let's one · you I.. story........u THELMA NESS or HARO.LD MOIBY and aU get out and CHEER-let's sho\\' (hal . .' . . · no rough stutl, rAW. klddle.s. a.nd be careful where ' Icam of Ol,l.rs t.hat we are b$ind ,them one you splt (horrid: · woren, remelnber ) the JOhnstoWn nood hundred per cenl and thpt, ",i.n or ..fosc, ' we . . . . . . � , will stand by! : . .

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LQcal Squad· Will F�ce Bellingham on Saturday . Team -.

G ladiators Girls Introduce . Monmouth �thleti� P�ogrllJ1l . . With CaptainbaIJ By 13-0 Victory A3 ;�e �'hi.SlI;-;;-;:-"l1dlnr .t�: sec Yers� the �hlrd )'car girls'�la.ln

With the St"&SOn'hiJr gone. th: flghi. Ing PBclflc L�thU'an Gladiators race the blgiest ob.stacle In their palh to an undeft'atf'(! 5e8$On ,.."hen . the)' gUlls ,,'Uh the po,,'erful' I �ormal ('Ie,'en on the Lincoln Ih" Sa,turd",y IIJ�rnoon, Oct.. It there Is any teRm on the P . .�hedule that would Jlke to Ghldu!.tors It is the .Vlklng t>le,'en Uelllngham. The northern hR \"(' bt-en able to ",n'r the Parkland ·boys who ff'lHed them .f�)Ur years out of years ago P. L. C. downed b)" tht' bR.Seball -�re of .3 Lincoln field. I..a.st year It5 . yard SllrlntJn the last quarter 1'1JCt.:d demon Hal Votaw to 6.-0 ""In over th'e stubborn squ·nd.

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one of .t�e �tfongest teams In the north....-e!\t. With ttlls rating and t:,e 1&", of 1I,'('rages on their side. the Bellingham e1e,'f')1 1$ fa,'ored. to hand the Lutherans their flrit' defeat of the 1936 Undf'r Chuck LapJlt'tlbuM, Viking and fornler Unh·er.!lly of Wo..�h_ mgton star guard. they J:ta,'� had a o!'uccessflil seasoll . climaXed by a 6-0 " ICtOry p'·er the-strong U. ot WaMlng­ lOn from team last Saturday.

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OIBdlator& tlghtentd their ddense Into bundled was bunch Lhe with antlclpaUon ot the'sood Urne71n Grenier CIt . " .... .. , ...... . ........ for them. But the\ paramolglt a bu.� Bnd at ten o'clock they were by Intercepting sev�ral of MonmoUUi's = :1 store thought In the. minds of all WI\S the headed lowBrd MonmQuth. At Mc· paTs&t'le.s SOuthern Oregon IIChoo only = = = = = = = ":= :.; 1J�W.r1!:.��M�� · the I ' 'IIi. l pledge to .t.fIme the Monmouth Mlnnvllle. equa.·dlstant between @ ,.I ". t\l'O clUes. the troupe stopped for lunch. once seriously threatened the Gladl&'· N 'S Wolves." a ' O M. A C second quarter· the During goal. and tllere were received by Hal Vo!;.w tor'$ Men's 5 . . erco.ts. Sh;rl$. Ties. d y the train amuse s bo the Aboard H.I$. ell ndi'"rwear. The Men's th. emsell'es b�' reading. sIghtseeing. and Rnd Bob Martin. former P. L. C. stu· they BdvlUlced the 0\'n1 to P. L. C:s ENGRAVING CQ'MPANY '-Ifl.,.,vr;..;;. j Store like 10 shop in t.s now a�tlndlng Llnrteld College. five ylud line as the result of byblocked annO}'lng the ebony-skinned porters den Park· IJI" ollo.....lng light I,;,nch the t",vellers. punt.. but were smothered JETLAND 6 PALACRUTI and other paS5t'ngers. The air was Fwith qJ ",'all. rd a for"" strong ]and's con· list. on f� Bob the and Hal i P: K the Portland Flyer passed lued the--Jaunt to Monmouth for the Lineup: = l tensc .= :: ":::: I '::A:: : i:: :: 12:::: 9::: ::: = = � XMAS CARDS 'U .... \.h:rough Centralia.a termeda ··Orenler.... .... .... :::! @ ... Lut regon ul r e I ga th h Founr�ln Pens �nd ��cils ,, �. f O �I�:: e e =:t�: L.E. . 6� B�:!!� �:� :�:.�::� �:���� ,�� ��:.. ��i�� ��� :rm:��an�:r�::. ���d:��0�68 . Anen.�n � HAROLD E. DAHL CO L.T.· Helndberg ,1-!fOP �nd ' Olympus HOlels ler fell orr the tra.ln t.wo yean ago. On the. way back Portland after Kelly � Pa ci f,c;' Avenue - Lobby Rust Bleb. � CBPPS L.G. Nothing of the sort happened this time. the game. Northup House. L1n!leld Mohlcr MOTORAMP CARACE Jacob" :!l............................. C� ...... � and the team settled back frat house. was the fLrst stop.andTIlere Fire Proof Storage 24 Hour ServIce however. R. . Grenier Phute this Russ Bnd NOrm Frye. Grenier. for the remainder of the trip. G. Tacoma. WuhlnstOr'l rande T R. ., G ljelson supper. bus for the stay to left scri be � time) ttler the At 9:43'. (railroad R.E N Frye Home Cle�nen and.. Dyers meet !lOme Linfield footballers and be Lewis came to a stop In the CIt} of Roses sho" Suih C-.t .."d S. Solie Q ,n- about the campus Later the Duncan ..... and the part) h,iked to the Hotel Mult· above We gu.r.nlee our work Tommevlk. R.H Borden aging Into Hals plied oned menti nomah "hlch a;as to be their home roadster and dMhed to Portland To McGlinn 0 Connor L.H GA., ] 608 3814 G St during their sojourn In the O�gon coin a phr8SCJI (fiey dro\e like sixty Younce � Heany F J� ... and lou Of It "'as pre � City SleepHeadman ��� Substltuttons--Monmout? Vander- ����;;���� Ask Nonn and Grenier how they en· Olson FrIday for b} scnbed • Miller. Dewey� Adalllll. RaIney. jored �he cold ride In the rumble seat. tauden. ____ 1 night. so after a brlet ,stroll around the LAUNDJtY and Little need � said about Saturday ·�uckley. Howard. M. Corbett. Walburg. downtown sector. the/boys hustled of! .. night. since all the fellows were pretty Pcterson. to their rooms At this Ome your re- much C;LEANINC SERVICE Un­ Jack. Ramst.ed. C.;-Smlth. L. p, game hard the o after out m ",' . of praise porter must Insert 'a ....ord ea,r!y. Nevertheless a ger. R. Frye. Ludlow. J. Smith. Fries. at Extremely Low Prices for the service. neatness. and orderly;:=====::; andrll retired e:��ng :�=n����ne h; Mllrtln. M�rtlnson. Holby. Ourga. r; �l l::y I ev g � Tacoma Laundry on home work leh Oorga? . Well. BROOKDALE. arter ail. they did win the game. Ear\y Sundll)' morning. In fact much BARBER SHOP · Pantorium 257 So. 1 1th 51. T�com.. Wn. early. came the \'olce of the girl �t· • Cleaners desk: "Good morning. U's seventhe ....."..bI. Pricn . STUDENTS ..iri"l MAin 4493 W.ltch WELCOME Rust Bldg. z..._ ... __"-__�__J fifteen:' dldn t Somehow hher voice ' T o ln m m ,.. , .:................q) , .' �' .�"" P,I "".on"' 't' ·"h, , rn, ·' h, ..... .. .- ....... .......--..�:. ...... ... ••• •• lm o t O . 'dd .... h I O I • SPECIAL NOONDA Y LUNCH � traln ':(departure was moved ahead JI!. : . 1 ROSSO'S ., . . � teen minutes. leaving very lItUt: time 1 for "Lone�ran F i reside" oil burning, ci rculators . § to dress eat: and reach the depot. .1. Special for Hallowe'en THE BUG ! 706 So. 38th 51. A g i. Pukl.nd. Wuh, : ed �y�:eS�:t��=��� �e:a:aS:�� � i . ����� � :: = �=.;. l!: ... .. . .. ..,........,.............."............. .c!J or those football playel'll." When he .:. .� ••� � -� .� �.�•��••� ••• �.:� � -�••�••��.:••:••:••�.�' .,....... ........ ........ .. � � Utd In the af irmaU\'e. he was dl' .. p _ . f You Are Most Likely to : reeted to a s\lt'Clal car on a train near· ; Pumpkin .Center AMOCAT FOOD PRODUCTS § fmd al : Lat" h. ,"""mod 'h.i h' ... e e all t . ·�THE.·67:;� ��Q�ALlTY"� Ice C,rein" Brick bl d �:a���t!t!: :e �:=n: : :' :�!O� RHODES . WEST COAST GROCERY CO. lest he end up at the Berkeley TACOMA .II.OnlE:� t! 35 certl. a quart . !!i ... ....... .. .. ... .. . .'......... ..... � . 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. «!f Reverend it. L. , Ulc District of t.he N�r"weKian Luth· Pac Ie;'. �1:1 � :�e g��S� S;�k:�a:t t�e F'rench club. 'HeT asMstan ts are Astrid �OE'� Wt'!ether It ,be �'chlc ,PQ\\:hs. tills wintt'T. presented a 'stereopticon enll1 Conf('fence spoke Oil. "A":,usementJ: L. O. R. n1et'tlng scheduled fOf No�, Anderson: \'IC"e preSld..ent: and H91en hH:·k. or g:ood guessing. w� don't know..rl � ture on mission work IlISt of Youth" at a m�tlng'o( the F!reS�d.t . 19. The met'tlng �'IIJ be the home Stark. secr('tary.treB..';urer. M,r. �nck but In a rt'Cen� contest sponsor(>d b)" nlihL at eight);.:IOCk Inl the chapel. group' last Sunday e\·enlng. .October 2�: Kloppfenst('lnso( �rna. Dean - Roy Schrnantl. led . devotion ltY � d\"i 5eY. or Mrs. T, 0, Svare with Mrs. Svnre WIll Ilgain be the rac u ('t.e<I the Mus l compl ica . pro scrtplUre reading�.and pl1\yer. . and Mrs. J. P. Pflueger a.s ho.. '>tes5es' ' . and Mil· guesse<l the outcome of l� of �he im. · . · soei�I portant games in the. U. .... trio composed or V'h;an Keller. Jan,. P!an� tor.the S1.'rhester IIlclude S, and received ��. ls.,>lon sOciety spon.50 ring clred Larsen AAng " How Lo\'ely Are Thy M . ' Pf'ters::m. and �faurlne wade WIll mef'tlng WIth g"est speak ers �1Il01)g a pair 0f' Shoes for t.he .prlze. There 'ere PQe k(' t' Tes�em week at- the present Owellfngs:' actompanled b)' Normlj a group of songs. and Unka Oe ' th :)SC who . will. . 11l\"1(ed to address three prizt;'S ortel""ed: a ,sult. (;"" 0 t.ickets tm i t.s3 a. · t'e as be-e �, Preus. . . Bc:r�' \\'111 plny a plano solo. ' .t he-- gro. up .l' I.rs, Mesllll. of the Un · to Ihe U, of W.. galll('. lind ' the pair ot e. l'.M Alm SIOI m('h .s n taap Re'o'eren.:f F05.� and Re\' �rend Pfklt>g rel>o.rt of the WOJllen's. Mlssion- coin high , school ll1cult.�.. . . lih:)('.<;. . All threE' wilVlI'rs gut'ssed tile polnl d Pocket Tesla nt ecre ry. er led a discussion on. pernlLsslble ' l er r g e n :����n��. ����a �;�;; ��� �:::dr:; I ��.:lew:�c�:� ��c��=te15I1s �: ���� �'Ia�y J��bominalions lJl��s:n���:��us meeting It d�rtlt'd Lurst'n. delegntcs. T lo prophe oute al the ",,',' _F,��,sl�e'· �!'s'.. 'h.o.' 'ld "" ,h,' ld , ' ' foresa\\� � . h c t l Library . L. C t.olle Gels 'Re res ' at I), . g Yt:'a,r b90ks will be distributed ne",t p nd , nl'h n ", h . .. CO llt' or the M onmouth gallle as 14.-0. . ., I . ' 1 meeting according to Verna Tegland. Boo.ks, E(I Ui1uheut which .rang nlmost tl"'1l�. belng as the . Sevt'ntetn 'different rellg\ous denom- re-ceptlon' room Norma l;.nndo. and Jut le WalteTS."There presldfnt: Mllr· final score 0 s Johnson Shoes orr to Mr. Ulc wn.� L3I i . . s I r e Pac n t esented naUon are rep h -....·Ul . b(' n chargc of fn'c cents for the Hauge! , vlce·president. and . Lutheran College stude�l body this garet book.--s 10 eo\'er Ihe cmt of materlal�. Ollt' thousand dollars has ngnlh been 'We wonder how he doe� It. He says year. ' . CV"".""."........"."... ,"". ":...."" .......,,""",,....".'1Cl appropriated for bene!!t of the ·Paclflc ll S dOl;le li:CLentifica'Hy by the St.a� · 1 AJlpro:ximatl'ly !lfty per cent or LOCAL CO MPA-NY thl'ran college llbrary. whJch has cal and gu('Sl\ method, We g,UeM $O! I student bodv Is Lutheran IUld dra",s r � . IConUn�ed. From First PaC"" j been 0l>erated ) . . pts member:-trom nl�e synods. . for the la.st three years . p�,cr:s ,hilI sallsly . j ' �. . was I. �Lher dt>llomlnations are the Baptist 6(l T . . bum. but there w'!os less trouble With no financial �cking. j a a h t � r l e .er F e . ""lIh ·that yrojec.t . becnus(' peepll' had CalhoUt'. ChristiAn. Christian j the home 0""" . 1 " . ' J. U. Xavier. head Iibecome mcre familiar with such \I·ork . b<taAlready. Gr.oup GIves Pl ay �1l;1. CHurch �r· ,aold. Co'ngregB.tional. : . rian. has ' purch�ed a n('\\' SUPPI) BUJLDINC : ad::�� G! .ca . � logue d g an. carels num� . . t:l. .: � . � � :,. � : :: . � , : . � �. . ..... . �; � ,, � , � �. . . b�e�r �,,�:,,� h�I�;1 '�.�.� ' �' � . prices were red Ced �. : ll\ ' sweden�rg . -' . 1 hich a . ' ' Ihe lo\\:est in the eOLintry Current is �:: rOffll�::� ' i.lI�slon Covena�lt. Pen�eeoslal. Presby. ,: ..:-..:-._. ___._�__�_.o:. rn-J� �n . the currt'l�l PI�;��' �:;��e !:: '�(. �:�'I (clian. '0 reasonable here that sevcral coliege Due to th� lack of\\ Tlirfiw Day Adventists. t bY SI '· .. WitS ' pre- Of theandthrC{Se\'cnth ncIaL(' LeWI� . sufficient space wntten , room� ��C heated b',' ell'ctricllv: hundred and three stlr- I . ' , l I. he m�l1l librarv.. buoks of lhe, t'du- se lted last' night by th\' F't'derlll Thea· dents ('nrol,cd. ' at Lower Pnces ' I' Thc . cost of the power IS 1.6 per I itt WIll; record the .tIme 'th I I ' lit Pr 'ers ' \ a; ", 1'" Be0i tlSI oJ!'Cty Rlt I ter department catlOIl plaeed been ha\'e W ay Tacoma So. 6 . 0 \V H ' this Includes, electrie street was mil de only thirteen students show. 5 3 , n I GArland I 1 22. . i lig'h ls �'il.h.au.t .t''''tra C��L to meril.bers, �l�rl��;r;\���� II�:: ���a:�I�h:,�lii;: I:�� ��:!:��_�::.���:�. r:c s::I;:�:. :;�:. I'd no 'Ct' � fCh afrH i,atio ns . I : Tt Is a ullfque �ght to fInd �treet lights O atOr · ,..___________ - '.' c ) l;o far remoled frot'H tile Clt\ limits f !��};. �;��el:�: ���:. who. reprcst'nts � The company hB..'; :l.bout nlnet\ of these -------lIII ' the Federal Theat.cr Project In TnCellla. DAHL CROCER.Y CO. r'- -�----�--Itg-hts distrIbuted this area �poke in chap('1 last Thursday. Oct(j;Jer Mcmbcf Un'led Purdy, SIO[C� JEWE.!J RS . Prl'sent oWeers are N. J . Hong. pres- II Fre�llIllall Mt'4 1hl!.!� : I:'. explaining lht:' efforts of this move· Repllor,ng lry � Jtl" lind leh lI W' I Idem: Stan . se:rE'lary: �Iu. S la Illt'llt to fostt'r intcrest III drama n11d a CAr. 381 8-R,5 I I en. lreasurer; H. L. J. Dahl. colh-'elor. I a ad Tacoma re])ertory group \\' h o lire sup5 1 3 y R _ 7 . _ . 4 8 _ and I\"cr Jotm�n. Bert H Raymond Tbc freshman chlss will meel at noon ported by this project. _ _w � _ 8 _ m _��= . has been mallager lor three years. He the flr�t Tuesday of I'llch month. succt'cde� E. B. Ellingson. SCnlt' ter dues'\llhiC,h Iwent:"·.fi\"(' Recenl T\'ports from Silverton Indl. ! L�st slJI:mg the compnny refunded C(,llt.<;s will � co!le9ted are Conrad·S Co�fe� Shop undcr the . dl. cate that �trs: B. Tlnselstad . mother Parkland Mercantile Co, I part . of the mc�cr�hlp fee the rectbn ot Haro�d-'1iolbY. treasurer of Or. Tlngelstad nnd . Ed"ln FOU. NTAIN . SERVICE tnl'm!Jers. , Stanler Fries .h�' �l named chair· T!ngelslad. 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Taco. Ocnernl Hospital under ClImflltin8 a . r�rd·brt'aklnr· grid or Dt1... 00i>ring and Nilson. season. P.· L. C:s.., fightlnl O-iadlfttcrs,. . . which threAtt-ned her lied the strqng LlnUeld WlldcaU inst :.�nual football banqut't for which Saturday 1\1 McMinnville. with " six to :\ �hHed stud('nt!l will be hMts I schedule undeIu�d. having to ' n Tak��;'t�: i:ll�::�:k:t� O( ��: lamr . . 011 their own 2'1 )'Ilrd line. the OlllUS . " pushed .0 the bal! down to the L Hield 30 yard IIlle by straight footbilll, hwhere UN'em ber I : tlley Wf're hel� for do.....ns. Then lilt', Presented Be 'Viii r1ccordlon player. big red and white team ullleR�hed Ross and Elmer to Henel t Cast ot Tweh'e . ;::�::� :�:I������t��:::e :�:��\.:trl� -I " On-hesira Will Prese'nt 1I,,:::�;e�: �:�:�d �;�e;:::\'I;'!!IFr: College running play. Quickly 1 Hrnn)', Krnnrth i\Jwnson. v:. ll1Iam Nu n;.�er��\"�' i�::�fn!a'·iS I Ke\'clla Roo, �d}" EI:er ha\'{' an occasional I th Cnl)p�. lind Otl-; Ornndf'. \l'h,He Harold h�:m��:";�\'et:��: pla}' seiect leadIJ18 to n the b t'd ee ' ;�:� :�e � i!���� . Nilsen. Norman Fryf'. LallJenct' Orein Iht' Drl!mA Club open'tln � IA h b 11 r t nler.·Chester SoILt'. Olh·t'f LudLou·. Oent> heard in Its first formal concert I \\"hlch ..... \11 bt> present�d in ��1s.<>�� �� �.�s �I��:e ;�r� I��e� �h:re COOk. hArd hiLling WlldcaL fullback Jack. Rus-.:;eIL Fn·t. and HArold O'Con- da�' e\·enlng. [)(>-C. 16. at 8 0'clock p. . ColLegt' tl}"m. uhder the dlrt'" c tlon oli a drln' !rito the right side of Loc:1l friends .....ere grie\'ed last .....eek Keith Reid. Drama Club ad\:�r. nt'"r ,,0'111 receive thf�-year �weater.;. at Trinity Luthernn Churrh. when [)(>-co�atlon� \x'Ing plalmed .b}' IInl1ulII c�rISlmA:< p��m .....Iii be pr�' �O �:Ar :f �:e;:t.��o:n:��=:�r: This pre�entAtiOn .....\11 be Olle of the �:; ����Ia�:� ��;��r:h�:�I.LI�:ldt� c t e r :JI . Henrietta O·Neil. chAirman; Pfluline s.t!11\t'd wLth the P. I;;.C.- . orchestra. : mOM outstanding of the Y('Ilr'!,; acth'l- 6 point margin. At this point the Watt:<. E\·t'lyn NlchcL"O'n. Rotwn Lan- The program as �!Illnnt'd by Prot. J. who I'as a graduate. and for man� ties: Mu!o;lc for the production was Gladiators 'opened up with a strong � do. Roy Schandt. And Albert MrKay. O. Edwards �'\ II Ina!Uae t� follollilng: An instnlctor at Pacific L�theran composed by Don Williams. Alld I ht' oUel\slve drive. and a lew ini.nutes · MArgaret Meh·er. Ka;h.ryn Ander�n. Eun'anthe On'rturt , Carl("On Weber Academy. . lItory WAS prepared b)' Jo!\t'ph B. Har_ laier. a pass from Nilsen to Tommern Ro a -?Ba(lh Coming here In the fall of 1898. she rls:m: who. together with Geoffrey P. 'ilonll:�� t��O/°:OlI�t ��=07� ��� :ne�u. :�!:1 ���er:�\::('::: ::� Look Down HO�)���;; \ . Choir en.r'011� Ir. th'? N�!"1T'_'\1 depart fl"'enl Morgan. &! e poluLW hel:ui wMILreSl>. MlLtl "5he ",III bI: as t d' also' with the lyrics. rigl:lts' by ·iuches. leavlilg the score tied a�lsted by Aida Johnson. Thelma Ness. Avr Marlll'Stella Mozart and WDlI graduated In 1900. hayl!"g bet'n Mfll. Dapper 11'111 direct the ChOTU!;('S. 6 to· 6 as the tint ha'lf ended . · Connie Clumb. Mabel Heggem. Helen (I clallsmate of Dr. Tlngelstad s . As a Choir The operetta III a musical comed), In Slarting the sccond haU. the LUlhLilja. Vivian Hall . Evelyn Nicholson. Rending-What Men Live B)"-:-al1 student she wall unusually brilliant. threc . with an Intriguing 1)lot built crans got pos..:;ession of the. ball deep Eugenia Spencer. ir!"ne OdelL. Wllrren adnptlon by Virginia Church of the cn pllblc. thorough. and consclenclou:<i. aroundacts the experlt'Z)ces of a young Rus- In the Wildcat territory where they Cha Hokenstad. Marvin Jen�n. fle,� st' ory bv. Le:> Tol:<itol l� 1 rO � t h e n n r l � I ;�: :�:I�l,���1 teachers bcst 1M ot and one breame l..Ra�k. Cllx Haugell. Bob Moe. Cliff �rs� a��:��: PI:� � .��� t�l� q�art�� � :d: sc:_�� �:�t� vlrglnl� D�'IS the school hAS ever had. She laught America. and the BrulHnd. Rolnnd WUI'st. Walter John- Twentr-third Psalm , JOSl'ph Ed....ards . other two In Russia. of two strong defel1l ; h' e teams with . geometry. trigonometry. langunge. Lat- gh'lng pos.�lbl litiell tor elabornte cos neither team hAving " decld�d ad'lan�on. and Alyln Rogall. lullaby on ChrlSlmas En! - \age. Early In tpe lourth quart.er tuP. M. ChrilltiallSQn Ill. Gl'nnan. and grammar. turning lind �tng(' selling. The Lord'lI Prayer-Air ' from SUite In She began teaChlng the seme�ter fol- The COmplete pl'.rson'nel. as selected mlnuti\'e Jay Smith, Gladiator haUDo Bach lowing. her grAduation. Ilnd cOllllnued b}' a facully committee trom a large back. returned a punt 60 yards for a . ChOir ulltlU913 when she was called China number ol tf)·ouls. Includes: Rudy tourhdown. but It was called back be· For Unto Us a Child Is Born Handel teath in the ml$.'5lon $chools. There Elmer. Nevella RollS. Don Monson. Le- cause Of a clipping penalty. On t.....o Hllndel c�orus WIlS mllrn.cd Re\'. Edward SDI'lk. ona Lockwood. Bob 8\·ftre. S)')vla Mil· occasions the Gla(fl8to� threatened �e The gayety of the PlI:lIt century wl!1 HallclujahChon . hlwe continued their mtsslonarr ler. F'ale� M"artln. Llnka De Berry. Oak Linfield goal. but were stopped withand Orchestra. be reenacted this wet'k when member.! ----work In China. coming to America OtneM. Alvin Rogan. Connie Clumb. (Contlnlled on, Pac:e 11 ... of the graduating cJa.ss give an old· Departs F'or East e\'Cf)' SCI'en years for a year's lea"e of and Olen Gustavson. l he ege 1 e A h g f P e n e r I ::.: ::: :��r::y�):::.e:�r 2��" ('I'��n� ��IPH!�'a��� �:�t � �e;:;:: ::��� �e :n� �t'�I���:n�:r:a���:� RI�;� ��:I�. �e��:e. :at������ �:�� mak- lIey. Ruth Hanson Astrid Anderson. . d furlJugh. and ....ere An old _ t1n��,.atmOsPhere will be cre_ Where he wall called by the serious Ing their tblr home In Northfield. Minn.. Solvelg Omdfthl. SI�e Ness. Vivian atl'd In carrying out decoretions t�·pl· �Ilnes.,> off his fathl'r. L. J. Hauge. who .Inge thrlr t�� t�:�",:;ildren are attend- !���h� ��·�u�:�: n· ��������:� !'>e rsonallty club girls will hftve an h���: h�:� ;;:� : ,,:,o�:� ll h e l ct � :nb s t�l: �:� � ��:��!1 � ll � � :� g omp nled by hi t. l f. a .E e r l opportunity to hear a. talk and dlscU5son. Evelyn Talycr. Rnd and June Walters. Louise Hendrlck- brothcr. Luurence Hauge. r PortI and . M r. So I. wi11 return China Rt_l van. h le o . Donelda Sulll- l son heads the entertainment group. They f;'xpect to return No\'ember 30. the end or the year. ;i��S ��IS ::'�:ln:n:� :e �o;:�:� " Ma, Her asslstan� are Jesse POueger. meeting the group, which will be . a A Side Ways. Aren 't AI.w'!ys the Wide Ways, . held at scven o'Clock In the reception ��fr:':'�:�ts ��e :;�� ;�:=rv�: The n m e Judy Benson. Wadene Callwan. Aida But We Like Them Best Jor Our Ri4e Da�s = �f �:e. g����:,: nu":s �� t�: . educational department of the Tacoma ::;::::e;�rt�:vl�. Whenever we take a pleasure trip In you. Thumb Jerkers are a "constant · You glance at the speedometer ; you General ��:r::1\�:� HospllaL Jasper Johnson. Orlando Asper a.nd our car. we sing &Ongs Of pmlse and ftnnoyance. Even the animals you pass have travelled onl)' t\\'enty mlle5 In ·are being planned b}' " ll . bored. seem to roads. seems side tlon m the thanksgiving to Urbanl the. la t hour. And you ha e really Decorationsms. Ja�k Odey. Ruth. The heavy-duty highways. smooth reign ·supreme. . been seeing e"erylhlng you pa.ss,ed. No Louise WI a Ruthhm·Hanson. nton. and refres �n15 will be ribbons of concrete. are all very well When we get to leellng that way blaring blUbo�ds have urged you. to Dow of d under the direction Lutheran Student Meet Harel get you there In a hurry. We like about It, we like to turn off onto a side buy this or that. Not a single hot-doe: sen'c ' Maqaret Slated for No,'. 27·28 them. too. when ""e have to go places. road for awhile. Can this be the .same stand"has been seen. The barns have Hagerup. Her assistants are ftl'e Oirts Davis: Virginia an� Melver � �rs. . .... You spin along with nothing- to worry �ountry? The road Is just smooth been painted by the o sen n t bwy lequa;ted to. ,bnng five cents to cover mething to ll. The fe The ?acille Nortllwest Regiopal con- about except keeping on the route, gravel. It doesn't matter much to us. firms with so e"Xother and � refreshmenL of costs . )' " , can slow We the or hurn". a truck Asthe whizzing around since we dre no longer you ha 'e met ha e given OU plen \'el1tlo.n of the Lutheran Student . soclatloll of America Is scheduled to drl\'er ahead. or perhaps ""onderlng rumble o\'er an old-fashioned plank ty of room. and the truck encountered �'J.SeS. h eat. to brldse that t :!p81lS a cooL . sparkling had an Old white going and are 21 orse peering over LOuise H�l1drlc\Q;On hi hOfiteu for the you NO"ember where meetTIn' Bellingham! '23. he theme of the. convention 1& But honestly. what is there to see ex- creek. Soon �e are .cllmblng a v.1nd- Its slde. There�ave t.een a few bumps Ilrrair. and LilIa De Berry w1ll pia)" "Learnlng to Live:: and will be devel- cept the road ahead? Refreshmcnt Ing hill road that lakes us through 8 a� culverts and at the one ,.Uroad plano selections throughout the hour. oped by varlow �udent.s and �ton; stands and �nllS sp'ring up every few enRe wood. Farther on. 'the coUiltry croMlng. But no ra�coU5 ' horns . no . Oattens OUt again and. we coast do\Vl1 shrieking brakes to ar[ront our cars; Otis Grande to Head miles. most of them plastered ....Ith rrom the 'northwest regl.on. . g I I h d �a Activitie� SOI)bo�orc ��:���:�a :�b�y":::IV�;:�\::��e�. :per:�� �:ad�:� �� �i;�:, �a:U:e��� :; �� ��: ��e���:I���ew� while :: :;o�;:;��/:;�� �����: er . , lIeetl.n oats wav� In the light breeze, the bend- whining bu.sses to rratile our neT\'es ; e!! tlmonla. ls. "IS presJ.dent orre� t merl)" a P. L. C. student. . ' s orande was una':1imously . electglimpses of ".Ula!Je main streets ofter Ing head$" ;promJ.s1ng a fair harvest. no thu.mbenl or motorcycle . p<!lIce, or_ dOtipres1dent of the giaup. C!f the sophomore .Class Ilt The land. contlnues to fiatten out; other commonplacea or the highway to I' &I.gna; urgtna the AU Lutheran students an Invited to I1tUe -iXcept Its flnt meeting. held Monday noon, . att�nd as �est.s of the Bellingham tn."'Weler to stop and .bl!Y' " fields look richer and bro\Vl1er. The distract· our attention. 9dt:··· November c God'a 11 Thls apmore-.pTOl5perou5 a on take lanna to stuRems pUs or· Parltland eet Any m : you Everyone be should It as ountry memberS. . Normal dent who go 15 � to atteoo as have .orie: l1ud di ea-cpeed. DrIve fast, pearance. The 'hoUses and . barns are seen-rural America .at Its best. �I Other orrlcers named wen Marie a "representative of Pacific' Lutheran and you will be annoyed, by' tlle slow freshly palnted. An old woman In a rannlnr country-unspoUed, ;euerul. Wenberg. vice-president; Margref De· t.S $1.50. driver "h�d; drive slow. and you are bonnet unhurried. 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CH'ESTER: do rou worder that HAPPY spends half her time mooning o\'er It? . . . Yes, you're \'eo' funny, BETGertrude Brunner. '36. Is recov'erlng ...heh . . STANLEY roRD �presldentl doesn't usuliUy ' muff the announcements. It'S only after he's from nn automobile accident at Win· loc_k. Wash. bCf'n _ talking to WADENE CALAVAN She Just !lets . him all '"twisted up" ' , . PIN POINT PRUDENCE' Mrs. Esther �ong Cooper. 1918 , Is After tryIng ' STANLEY YOUNG-FLUTE CADENZA . health Inspector of I\omen at the Taout the Atlas method for about �hree weeks, we undercoma Tell'phbne Co stand thai. WALTER OOPLERUD sent a letter to the Moses Herber a student here In 1894· gleat builder asking him to '"please send the mUskles" They must have �ld LLOYD THONiPSQN to sweep the opening �ear of P L C 13 emplc}cd 111 rederal conStruction \1iork at liP the rink at that skating party. E\'ery time we saw he was hard at work. wlt-h ENID BLAKE 'crlmson- Coulee Dam Gnmd COUlee, Wash I r waiting for h i m t o gct u p . , . Don't you know that E�ther Jahr 35 I s teaching at Porter Wash you're old 'enough to go 110mI'. EhSE? Ha . , . STAN LF;OAHL Is looking for you-he mu:st be, he's always Dr. Cnrlo A. Speratl, who was first lOO King for somebody . . . NOTICE : TIle ('dltor of th(' M, M, does not run an Information bureau! . . . CLIX musical dlrecwr of PacUic Lutheran le f m a J on ur HAUGEN Is sllpping'-He's so bad off now. he writes � � � ..- :�� �l, �":h. , � .�Or: ���: ;o � letter:; home and 'addresses them "Parkland, Wn." College Band. He has been director at MOST E,ll,fBARRASSING MOMENT : Ask BOB SVARE IIbout the Incident on the stePl! at the Me1cholr Concert . Luther College slll.ce 1905.

I t 's all 0\'1'1', The snapping of tendons; the I II�: ��I��� of, hOlllt'folks-iI's nil O\'PI', And we hop£' for­ ('vcr, l ' lIIioubtpdly yilll WPl't' laught tlt(' lI'itlloph Qf d{'l1l 1KTaey So "'{'n' Wt', P('l'hups tlll'rt' WIIS slldl u victory, \Yoodrow \\'ilsoll said that del1locracy triumphed: so did Hearst. the till Punts. nlld other promin.e n t men, Let us con­ l'{'d(' Ihe case: dcm()cru('\'� lriulllphed, \\'IJUt thcl1?: _ Today __ lei us COllllllcmoflate- the. fut lll'(' hy our recognizancc of Armisti('c Do\,1101 the past. For the fut.ure immediately con­ Say, and do you real!,U that Dl'eebruary the threeth t'ems IUs-the past doesn't. 'Vhat has been the twoth.) comes o� a F'ruesday . ' , <thit's the d01l(' is donc, _und unfort unate)\' "ie Cllnnot alter ' And on top of that, 11\an.ltsglvlng a1\\'8.Ys gives the fOUr­ Ih(' fucts, But what is ('ominii is yet to arri\'e, teen yeaJ: old pet tur� a chan'* to \\"ade tprough the m�d with th£! aid of God we might be . able to gravy, and then we'll open up that other can ot soup, <io SdlUcthillg about it. is vain to .assume that we as I)coille should , have some real old-fashioned ��gnI.\'Y, and some brown sthltlng-berrlea With ptck.le-poiatoes, and the dID maahed­ nol tamper with the war questi9n, Such ' an' flg'ure it cream , , , Doesn't It sOund good, or evasion of the issue only begs the question, \Ve . out also? . a good tip on how to pick out a nrc His hands and feci-His hody,; ,,;c arc put good bird-Pint uSt.en for a baas voice ; if the possessOr here for a purpose-Io love Him and mankind, It Jt is a sIa­ of the pro� ' quality .is loee.ted, 'Vc cannot lo,'c and dn nothing about it, Loye . , eYe:d, p.ngly �Ird with long legs, It ought to be a honey, curries itself into use, : . Just UUnk how much area you woul.d have to pick the Therefore. this call 10 ' Eternal 'Pence do we bones on , : , then, too, he will probably be klnd-he&rU<!, make in commemorating Armistice Day, , Let and Uler:etore "nuCh more tender, We WlU stop here be- . , liS look for\'�nrd;' lei us consider Armistice D8�' caU&e It Lr; 8polling our appeUtea- {lnd • , , aw , , . end It as representative 9f nn e\'er-vdth-'us aqnistice any wily you want to, \ Amen · and indigestion. uf the future. a:da�' signifying pence forever,

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The Lutherans .chal,ked up two al ies ball 5eallOn It ' hu been lhe CWitom to e t croll,d w}tnessed somt.what of a O�n ����. ��:.-ro L l ch()()8e thCo8l!' .pIIlY�� who. have $hown a::: r�:am; : :ms �=Pl:: �!�C��n a � gt" t�� ta d a d l n e e :�: L�:�e:���. �m: ��d ��!��ga�� ?Ison·� .regtme ��;� �: out3t&ndi�g ability \J: their respective t�� �;�\�gC��c��:� �� :�; a hard chaTilng Viking line opened up Accordln, to new-.lI reporta P. L. q..and . Heany. behind horde of blockers. posltlona. The girls who have been � large holes In Ule Gladlator's forwa S�llta, Clara are the o?ly unbeaten .... . 90 y�rds to cn:ll¥J the pay liven thb honor jl-re: Cor.wareb. Thelma 'V '� scampered :> \\..-! wall 10 .send their baclu down the field. teams on the Pacific Coast thb ynr. . � !!3?' dl�t with sturo,med ,wou!4-tse tacklers E'M. Sec:itt. -AII� Oook. Irene gl\lnlng numerous �nsecutlve rir!t There ,� pocowJblUtet of the .GladJastrewn In his t�cks, Not a hand. was NOdell. Helen Beatrice Lehul(l: iU&rd5.. Judy ns I o a . h o of the bl n e v o. �'�:�or :�n� ;n�� Yp�y �I:�.p::�t: r�t���� :�� ��:!w ':n�a;;:a:�:,�;�� 19:t�l:se-:!n ;:;: �:g :���:: �:��t� ::r�. M�� �n��;. ��r:S�:�o� � Luthemn Jlne. team. However. cha.nces for a game and his -asalst8.nt the ""Baron". With- polltan line��PI��:�h! from. the il yard stripe. Volleyball lIeawn. headed by Helen ' In the second halt. the !,Ide of battle with th� College of Puget Sound, seems out their leadershIp and. InsplraUon P. Again his. boot wa.� good. making the Ho.ltcamp. o�n"ed iut week wlft prac­ changed. .,..n In:lplred and rejuvlnated to �ow a IIlt!e more �mote each y';8r. L. C. would have been 'Just another count 14 to 0 at the end, !" the first. tlces taldng 'place du� IYql periodsParkland team took the field. Early e\'en though both WoIl1nl! would be m.ore t.e'am. quarter.-... ..-L .,. . Mrs. Dapper stUd there seem to be In the third period of play a Viking thap willing t? plJ!.y, especially the From' then on the · T�hers.·· held. very good m"ter1.al, ilnd �he� games pass was ntercepted I by "Chet" SoUe. Gladiators. " P. C. to a lone touchdowrt--per period. should prove' very Interesting . . A line drlye through cent.er with Ludl�w An added feature of this ,,"ur'! foot· O'COnnor went oyer agaln .in the sec- Many st.1ff _JO.I�t.I and b�ul.se<l . .!pot.8 . carrying the\ball netted fifteen YRrd�. ball banquet will be the presentltuon (stanza. 'A pa.s.s-,...Tommervlk to . .r discovered Tuesday during the .... . . to · N. Frye-put of a football sweaier to the player lind a PRM---.-ol . Smlth . for .another_ In the of dow getting uJY or .!t&1r&�----;the ball 'on Belllngham's fifteen yald !raving lX!en m�t Inspirational to his .Ob ' I . Is that way. glrl!!� It '!! a d S t g g a t � ���t.d �: :� : t�� ��y:r� ma���� ��:e� �:t:eUr�h��' �a�::' ��as:� Each m�rnlng wheh I awaken I TWl to make It first and ten. Through 'sev- generOW;'doner of this Rwan! to the wludow to � whether the new eroi llne bucks. Solie took It over� Bucky day l.i b;lnglng snow. rain. or sunshine. TACOMA'S LARCEST ' O'Connor's place kick was blocked by Then my ' glance wanders acro.o;s the Home.Furnishinp Store Ullin. Viking guard. campu.'! underneath one �tately . . maple. >_ I In . the final quarter the Lutheran! tree, which l!! ) !!!.vl!)g a last mng In all <=? Cfi � : , - ' c;::> ';,.:c ...� . ... .. . .. Intercepted anothcr pllSS which . WM It.'! bright golden glory. finally re- Altho. h.!Jed by Linfield last .!oiatur- Bencatti this tree 5tand.� a �Inlster Subsltutlons were numerous In the Juggled p�' Rtgs Frye and covered by Tim Tommervlk. VII. the ay the �Iadlators played a high clll....� looking otiJ t 1I1mOlit covered with PaTklan� line-up. since Coach ClUford ..- OlOne route. Tommervlk to Nilsen. the dbrand of b�lI. i:eing on the \'erge of �'Ic- ,varl-colored jP_ma�le leaves Looking Olson sea.'IOned his reserves for next MEN'S WEAR leather ..,..as advanced to the 9-yard tor ' several times Especially In the closely. t am �ble to discern the . out- year. lind used every player on hl� I"O<'! Men's S... its, Overcoats. Skirts, Ties . Hats. Caps. Underw�ar, The Men's. ·strlpe. Thre\o! line plWlges were r �c�nd lines of a car. About that car Is an ter. did the Olads hold the of m�stery: the,side curtains dark· O�ron Tef"h Store ,women like to shop in pulsed. and Tommervlk. on the rutr. t er hal! P. L, C. hand ' against the powerful air en the Interior which could conceal Walker play. flipped one to .o·Connor who was u':1�dCll JETLA�� �����RUTI REL U:nger t squad. p" o n g e Ig t an E. Smith 1"'_. h ,unde- :� j� I�at���;_� LOS:�:- o��:·.�V;\�: �e�� ,�::!,' � b��k �� �:��r!::l �lk���� ��� The r«ord set by thl y ea�leams :� for� futur� l'! n markThose .you all may ride in It somet)mes. esscore WM declared legal. since the ball ftILled team C senlo ho peclally with th{> side curtains removed. Iry to better. had already- crossed the goal.-O'Con- to LOR wHi graduate this year leave � \Ji a You need me'rely to clo.<;e your eyes. nor's kick for point was good. m8:klng cert LTR the final score-Po L. C. 13: Bel1lng- done.nt n feeling of pride of a "O�b.-w� hang nnto your ears. and enjoy all that LER. }. \ j pamchute Jurq,ping. tall-sp:n sensation ham O. The lineups: Q J H.ob ;\lart n fonner P. L. C. Belllnrham� played , Without leaving terra firma. P. L. _C, RHL He d e game Lln bang for up a l tt ; Smlth '- i/y attention l� called to. a car Just LER A Nilsen . ." LHR Bengston Anenson LTR Heaoy F drl\'lng up P'our attractive glr1;; Jump Ullin LOR Capp, ", ' LINFIELD GAME I I� 6 7 7-33 XMAS' CARDS �;:.,�: R;L 0 0 0 G- O T�:� IC.nUn,'" '.om P... " _ !I . ' Founta,n Pens and Penc,ls nde �� ���=� --------. . �a7k . HAROLD E, D.AHL CO. Pilcif,c �venue - Lobbv Rust Bld� ::Ik both teams took the air. trying desForte Ludlow F ) 1!lI / laughing and chattering ll tely• to break the dradlock. HowliS only SubsUtutlons: P. L, C .-Unger. E_ pcr Home Cleaners and Dyers t'ver. wtien the gun sounded. th� �on.' four pcppy girl'! can do. Each one Smith. Fries. Jacobs. Martin. j. Smith. still Suit. Cod, Sweat." . 6 to 6 dressed modishly. like the If'aves. In N. Frye. Ramstad . ' 0 a ' a . R. remained We guarantee our work Frye. Nilsen. Solie. Grenier. lookeq ns. reds. or y,el, Vo popular IIUll/mllbr I � B J:h��" especially good hlle COOk. nd Bob e g O · GAr 1608 �81� G St. . ...R ! �H�e':::. �:�:'n. �:�·ge. - Mlckle·, lows. The young mllll coming down ihc er e o h to e i . Ik I Wahl. grodski. MII;�. 'Mlnnlkan. Nll ::::���d�n� �: �h: ' L����I� :�:��:.· e ;�� lnq�i��e��r ��s ��;;!�c�:�...'! WesterbllCk. I line-ups II Here comes Cllr that looks a bit i Th(> : LAUNDRY .n4 Linfield elH'mic. It seems to have Quite a bit L. C. I P.N. Prye Lelbslle of pep . yet It �hugs In with alannlng REL I NC 'SERVICE CLEAN Roth s)·mptoms of hay (ev�r or. asthma. But RTL ! Dursa I at Extremel RGL PeteTll I know from f'ormer observation tnat Grenier y Low Prices . ! ! R. Frye Williams getting started. It plugs along like the Martin " old gray mare that ain't what she it-------'--"1 LGR Capps Sommervl1l ·u.�ed to be"-And that kind 1I1ways ar­ LTR Anenson BROOKDALE I!llde�wood r\;·es. . .. LER Nlisen Congratulations to Solie Hartng LOn My observations carry me past the Q BARBER SHO� p, L, C, on that splendid Andrews Tommervlk LHR breakfast gong. and I hasten down for footbaU team RHL O'Conner WELCOME STUDENTS quick cup of coHee at the Bug. I . Votaw Cook a lpped Ludlow over something en route as ' MenT'on tn,s ad and H,lderhrand's ' 17 1 spill a what And curb. the off tep s ==j ==; == ;;:= F; k It la e I P n tt will give you 1 Dc off on any new heels. �� :�e a ��t: !:�I� ���n� �e �: ERS COM PANY HANSON'S JEWELRY S'ROTH MILLER"COLDEN Shoes dyed any color ilnd DISTINCTIVE 'ROD BUTTER" guaranTeed " Ha hI."" as It pa.rks under the fender 257 So. I I In Sr. Tacoma. "!'In. Packard. rriendly a of 208 So. 9th 1\

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O up oyer all U e oh s and ah s \\ert" Lumber Co. hepqffed - BrookdalePlans are being made to hold a swlmI E THORSEN will receive �hen lhe In his shlnat Brookdale on MountaIn mlng party the first of December but I N li'NEAL H'Ii:hw,,� Ing dark br{)�n robe is brought In U) O 8�Oa!'� �p'�.�:'�t,::" oonl set been has dale definite no u I the feast comes Brother nto 4 the I GArland 381 1 J 5 926'/2 Broadway MA 861 ' kitchen and peaks inU) the oven just From Collegiate Pr:ess-( , �:;;;;;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; = ;; ;;;;;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; ;;;; ;; �;; to see that Mr. Gobbler Is doing all pa�i�C:��e�����I.t:;���hl� ��� ,�� Tune In evt'ry Tuesday and e right. He smacks his lips ,al! he hears trealed 21.776 'cases. During the HOf'II�:::::::-;:��,:!" ' SPRENCER & JONES b I I h e s LAST YEAR 1935 JEWELERS u.:��i�:; I��r�:; �; :l�t �:':Il q���� same period there have been hosI ce Delivery , Co. W';lCh and Jewelry Repair""g The Pa r k Ian d L ig"t e an d Wate., big pie, Three guesses whether It pltall.taUon cast's 8 SpecIalty a 166 MAin Malden-MunChausens are in a Company furnished to i ts mem - Is mince-meat. pumpkin or stromber.ry. SR. 4375 Broadway 1 30;;;: 1 :; ;: ::;;:;;:=::;;:;;: .::::' ;;;:::J - ----,� • , bers electric c;urrent. including Brether ge,ts Jost�ed around �nd stepped �I:;\:: :��:e��: t�:� ��e��:: r--g m u t b k wa . h S ders e 80 street lights, at :he low :w:��s��e �:�:11�� S J � the grest�t fabricators of fablesIs Conrad's Coffee Shop I I' Parkland Mercantile' Co average price of a fraction over . On the window �Is a dish contain- lind fancies, 'However-and ttus . I 'V2 cents , er KWH Washing,on, FOUNTAIN SERVICE II E>lPerlParkland. Ing freshly cools cranberries. He �h�I:��:��n::I:::: '��:� �� p . Photo F,nishing" Photo n �that no one verslty of California. colicedln6 that BrOOkdale �_J ' Supplies. THE PARKLAND LIGHT furtively closes �oo: Prompl Servic;eand Courteous ��;nS;; �:. f;r!S\h��:t;�\!;!:�ec�:� women are superior In Uti!> 6lnful .& W ATER CO. berries ' up, on Jaekle's o�'e-plilin, Gee. ��:;e;e��:e l��;h�p:;:����!� what's that In the Icebox! Umm-Umm. competing again.st the men. Now TRYFON,HATTERS I r�--��;;��--' r One sample follol'.'5 another, and then they Buy your new .hat from Trylon have thelT o.-n_ place in the . Your I D,'reelPrescriptio� �e struts back Into the kitchen with "He-lng-sun." hat. clun d and .eblock.d Importers ofDruggists the Finut io you. utid.crion Norwegian Cod Live. Oil an olive in either side of his mouth. They are taking " Moon" Mullln�' 944 '12 com_ I d T:c73� �ve. 1 a A MOlher shOO5 him into the' living footblill Cor 8 M I ; _ " ' _ _ m 7 -+ 6 _ O _ O _ _ _ � �nl . � I 4 candidncy lightly at Syra. I oe A room &s she gives �he eggbeater a final cuse urilverslty. _ I He tips the scales qUIck lum. The suspense Is over; A ""' " on equipment playing With. 5 1 at tuble Is set: the" dinner chimes are and 2Is belleved' to be the lightest �� � pla}ed. and the family settles dOI'.'n Plltyer In collegiate .circles. � a jolly feast A thorough course III horseman­ A tower of sparkling apple Jelly dances to the tinkling music of china ship Is offt'red for beginners, Inter_ @ mediates. snd advanced riders at Mount Holyoke college. Riders can Tuberculosis Seals enjoy the sport and receive gym 'I credit for participating. Quality Knitting Co. I I Go on Sale Soon Twenty-five percent of the Carle­ VISIT OUR Le"," sweat. �u. Sp.cl.lty We Give c:;,ar Service"" I EXCLUSIVE SKI "'Who's in listed Is faculty college ton STORE sOuth T.c;oma Way Tacoma, Wash. t The fo!1owlng article Is printed for Who:' If you want the figures. 23 I 403 1 1 �h St. BEFORE you BUY Tuberculo- �ut of a possible B5 have bro�en In· � the benef!"t of the National· volume. exclusive this to Moorthe whom with Association sis . We Carry Everythi ng Ing Mast urges Ils' readers to cooper· The 'Yale Glee club perfonned In in this worthy cause. BROC;>KDALE CROCERY AND M�AT CO. different tort'lgn nations during RICaARDSON'S ate"This yt'ar the'National TlJ.berculosls Six ts recent tour: France, Holland, PHONES: CArland 0107/4---GArl;nd 0193R� ,\.slsoc aUon Is sponsoring the thirtieth IDel "'.mark. Nct�""RY, Belgium, and SKI HEADQUARTERS annual Christmas Seal sale to be held S;weden. Groceries, Flour, Hay .-'-Grain. Feed, etc. FOR TACOMA In the UnlCed Ststes.....;The 1936 p on sale Than'ksgMng Day, They r: ======, depict a modern Santa Claus, symbol .:�:years� in:the����A and Mattt.('ss 8usint'Ss Upholsterings Thirty-nine �,t ·Parkland, Wash.

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,- With Nevel1� Ross and R�dY Elmer Twe�t�'-four ath.l�tlc awards _�e B Thf' second annunI rf'ndltton . of 0f I e Handel's " Th Messiah" �111 be pre]lla)'ll�g .the r�.mantlc lea�, tqe DeU�lR J. � ::: ��� e �� � �i�is c;:�/� ���1, e :: I s�nted at 8 o'clock Ft1day cVf'nlng, DeClub operetta ''"Sonll\'" will bt! prese.nt. t)lovemj)cr 24, when .lobe a�ln!n�' cember ' II, at the PRrkland TTlnitS b- 210 'Ilted/studcnts f'.nrer:tnl.n-ed Coach Cliff The Pnclf!c Luthern n College Board � Frida)' eve'nlng In thr coUrge gym , lluthernn Church, by the Parkland Assistant Coach C. Bnrofsky. Trustees wl!l mt'rt Thursday, De- eight o'clock. Keith '-ReId, Drama --,-father of Dean Olson, and membl!rs.of the 1936 football �uad of Chorp,T Soclrt\ undrr the direction of . Dr. L. J . Haugf'. . cembf'r ' 3 for Its re ular meetlng, Club ad\'lSf'r, and Mrs. Adnh Dapper. Proff'ssor Joseph 0 Ed" uds An_ �=��) I� :�:�d,P:��h a ��oi:, �� �.!�� �::C:q�e:I��;��:f������:.I�:;� � mong Important thl�gs to be. [le - girls'. ,aUllelic In.�tructor, are dl�ectlng . other . rel1dltlon l'o'iU be given Ilt thE! Friday. No\'rmber 20. �ch�1, was the guest speaker. ' " clded ullon will br thr plallS for the tht! presentntlon. Musical accoml'!anlFirst Luth(,Tan Church lit 6th. ll·nd I Dr. H:luge, born In Norw:lY . AU- Tonstmaste� Stnn Ford . Introduced proposed IIbtllr)' building. which must. ment will bt- played by �he colkge orStreets In T:lcomll, Sundllr, December �l.<t 19. _186,0. I\'here � r�:el�'r.t!..�hIS the prQg'rnm numbers. Inc!!Jdlng A C/II1 be .beg·�11 chestra.scene of the flIT>l act Is laid 11\ ' early rduratlon. He �� America olin wlo' by Oc�a\'I�,s .Thorlnksson: b� appro\e'!'d befored work 13. , Tht' B ard In udf'S Re\' Ai r M. anThe 11 ar.d entered Redv.:!Ilg SrmlAmerlcnn college "'here Sonll\ Mllr1 ' . gridiron re\, h .'1;\ ' . Coach Olson: Girls' rd f. d t Later. he at- 1 1'10, Jnnice Pcterso�, �faureen ·Wade. Kranbel, pre.<;ldent. Portlnnd. Ort'gori: )(.o\·n . daughter of a Russlnn noblemnn Ch:;�� �.�! .e��('e= th� ::��('r �� nnry. Redt rWing. �fjnn. t o om : · R l o t' s, mgrrs anticipated. with a mrmbe�lp ��r��lel:. M�n�:�,h�I;!�ua��I�lni�T)' la:� �;: : �s��:a :��::�: ;�� �u:�t� ��.� �; t.� : �::;lg:�, =1r. :: �. ::: :�:; � � :t���I�t. ��h� ;:�:�:�:s :���1 ' m ud me k of more than scn!nt y-fivf'. Promment with n de�r('e of Cnnclldat ls Theo- I e Ihat her father Is allvc lil a Slberla� � ; : . : ; ; ; o n sol1 r enneth An d aid Munson. a emer n Blrkelo, B M . A. A. Mykl h rO and that If money Is ,scnt, h� fContlnut'd on Pal't' 2 f In nd, lssnqunh: Rev. H. J . .Thorpe. Stln prison. :��: ��� I��:S�P�l�:�:�, :\�."k�� �'', loglnr. !ll be abh: to elicope, She decides w Afa'r ha\'\ng bern ordtllnrd. he SC'rvw Tacoma, who Will Sing the soprano.'"so' . Frnl1cl�co: Mr. M T. Hokenstad. Sno- go herSelf to Russia' find him, (':>ngregations al Zumbrot(l, Mlnn" )05: Mrs. WlUlam R. . Tnylor, Tnc6ma. cd homlsh: Re\'. P. J. Lu\·nns. Eugene, The 'Second net takes place In 51Iowa. In 1905 Dr , Hauge cl Ruthvcr. ccntrllito soloist: Hllrold SOrbo, KOMQ an to prnclicr.-medlc1ne In Howard, Oregon: Rt:v. S J. ' N. Ylvlsaker, l?tnn- bella where &mlu returns to her formArtist,Of Seattle, tenor soloist: A bass brgan <! , w is death, unUi S h hrre he .. live D with her American college r wood: Rev. E. C. Knorr,' Seattle : Re\: t'r home They salolst has not yet been S,el('ctcd. His M. D. degree. .was obtained at the lind tile castle so InL. LudM'lg. Portland: Rto\' . A. . R. M. chums. George Johnson. concert mastf'r of Sioull Cit)" Collrge' of ·Medlclne. He M li l they decide to stage the. :<pirlng tll Kettne�, Reardon: Dr. C. R. Swanson, musical COmelly the Tneoma Phil�armonle Symphony ,�rn'rd ns pri'Sldep/ t Of his county medl-. which they had b�, . Rey. Elmer 1\1:. JohlJs.:m, Olymeatt e, Orchestra, has secured mez:nbers 01 cal socirty for 11'5 yea�. The ninth annual conference of the �pl � \ . C. S. Odell. Portland. planning for their s]lrlng .festlval at " that organlzntlon to pIny the aceom)...- --.... Rcglo.n!ll Luthernn :l: 111' ' rthwest time a Bolsheylkf rePnc1f1c o I';l this At college. panlment. 'J'hcSC' �'111 be augmented Students ,a.:ssocilltion of America mct \'olt breaks out. to ndd colo'r and ex'by the �. L. C. orchestro, n:taklng a toII n.d -( NO\'Plllber 27 an<\ �8 In Belllnl!.ha!1l, 'cltement to the plo'. . tal of I.M!nty-slll In, thc orchestra. Mrs. as the guests of the stuIn Act III Sonia finds her father__ Ub Washington Carl Weiss. organist att�e Ftrst Luth th� Wt',S t ern Washington ColChristm s dCllts Of Gi ts the eol!�ge boy In love w�ttl Pat . a f . . -rron Church, Tacoma, �111 pIa)' orgnn lege .of EduClltion MI� Mnrgarrt her. unro\'ells the mystery and wins his tl('compllnlment nnd Thelma Dlln!els PI,�:� :�: O � �I:�!:\;SS: s��n���:�\� Pearson n delegate from PaCific At thr last meeting of the L O R uI\o.rd Corned} Is furnished by � ; .., d of Parkland �111 be plano nccotllpamst " , Lutheran College 11 l\a� decided that the old tradition Mllurice Peggy and Allnt Marlha Stnge-lIghtlng rHects � Il! be dlrectrd �t \ldrnl s " ho al"(' Interested In the TIle theme of Ih(' cOl1\entlon IIns cf �endlllg holl} 'and gifts �ould be The cast ItlCludes Mllurl�c Ule cheer b} Rn}mond Reid ��J�: ��l�I!l����entM�;�=e��h�IPb��1 Learnlllg to Live 1;\ h!ch "liS dh lded carrlcd out agn!n this \ear �lJzabcth lendt'r Donuld MOllsoll Sail} the cllm1b l \ CI n tt I� B le n r a V e I l l thr aim of s nn ln ro, lrd 111 f ��' clOt te s �� �:�� :::� �� I he group IIns ] ��:��� 1I��l ;p::�:: �o ::�e �����: �l� �Cd �� eh�I��II��ld �U ;!lee:!� ne� \ 1::g:�:aS �;I�:: ��I��:g ��:�t�;� :� l e C a nd mixer ��\� � � � !Il � � �� �:�� t a dillner � � � : � ntertalnerl ood fi (essln O Leoltl s, Lockll Mortha Mayb\ Ihr orchestra tenor solo� Comfort of sending holl} to the Oe/1C lle � d Jn s 1 1th \t'sper If fol1o�lllg at H:>me \1\ Chicago nUnols (Joller Sonills nunt and guardian BylYe M, Prop!e and E\('T\ Valle) Shall pr Snt l l I �� \hlch Rr\ \V J Frlt� Pullmtlll Sl)() k r DWlIl regular feno� Pat s MlIlf'r } lIa O Be Exalted b) Harold Sorbo Thu Thl� ,ear th('rr 11.11' l\\, nl\ -III O stuoroth Ande';on "a� cho.<;('tl to "alklllg III the Spirit Salth ttX' Lord and But \Vho Ma\ del t oll d l he be ' rs Cla� the �ndlllg of gifts w the /1l'd thc football cllplllin Rudy Elmer R�](Ind S�nll.'Xlll. 1l0rthllest rrglonnl supenl5e j:l.H1l\� l. Professer of.Orlentlll Smythe. ' Ajllriah Abldr the D,ny of His COmin�?" by ] 1 s e�l, � t� hlch Everett. Childrt'n In Home Ptlrkland s � l conductrd h} [ pres:dent, offlcla l}" oprned ,the con- \Vllshlngton . All girls are requested to Pbl1o.�ophy, Bob S\'arc:, SO!lla Markova, 1a ll " Hnrold Sorbo Chorus sing�, '"And He t Mr. NO.OT\J.H gSturn. of Ih� Norse cle,� ' "(,l1tiOIl SIllUrd(lY\ morning \\'llh devo- bring an Incllpenslve to�' to the Chrlsl� queen of' tllC" cnlllpus, Ne\'eUa Ross : Shall Purtfy'": contr:llio .'olos. "Behold I partmem. All hot('adtlles t: begm, ners [ 11t�IlS. Ml�s Mtlrgarrt Dial.. Bt'lIlngham mas meeting tll make up the gift bOll Veda Vl'ronal. In the cosmetiC Une, Virgin-Shall Conct'I\"(''' tlnd Thou , OIlIY High school Ilurse. spoke ancl led dls. that Lini!1l DeBerr}': Borl!! h'enuft a RusTell('st Gnod Tl ding� to ZIOn " by l ll1"1' Scandlnantl n cle!'.C('nt. but k .>lan by adoption.'Fales Martin; Count "r.<;. Wi!Ullni R. Taylor. .<;u , [Jlt'1ll('nICd a sn�all muj:lrity of the rlass new I ('U�<to1l 5 on "Learning to L!\'e with Falh(� r alJII Son Affair ,bv thl' choru:<: buntonr solo�P " For , Be- fe',\' wor,ds In Norse bt'fofe...UtldCnllklllg l_.oUr�l \" es. " (;Inwhlskl, a no Itcco\mt RllSSlnn Nobleend of the firM At tht' srcond lllornm, g �fsslon, Dr. holrl. Darkne� Shall Cover th., Earth." 1 th., subJrft. periodIh" the Gi\"(�11 1.)\, Brotherhood man. Gil'lll1 GustnvS(ll1 ; Orosk}' , an e weeks Ilceom- l Wlllla}ll d Sclloclrr Conallls Oregon oak Otnt'ss Sergeant of officer r llld "The Pf'Ople that W!likrd in Dark- nIn lldamell mUfh In thr line of fU _ l n:sentl' Ih(' tople Lellrlling to Ll\e Thr LlH heran BrotherhOOd of Park Marine,<; Al Rogen nrss chorus For Unto Us ri ChUcl i ptalh�hed r compogrllmm of the l:lngunge ll third sesslolli \\lth III thl' Other� lind l\ q ( land g e ather and son ban urt ThrOllghout the operettR various IS Born the Pn:,<torRl Svmpholl\' b} ! I sitlon and con\ersat1on De, Brem('r S('!lttle addressed the la �t Mond n"" e\enlng In the soclnl Allis tAke part In colorful and unique H.. ontlnued on PaJ{1' 3 ) l Norse earning toplr ad\nnced cJas.� In "roup till' tMrd Mr Slurn � L rooms al Trlnit} Luthernn Church routines In the. Irb.h J ig are Jlllllee I composed of Six students readlng l lo Lt\'c With GOd 1 \\ lth ReI ChrL�tenSC'n nctlng as l Pl'terson Ellzabeth Stuen Vlrglnla O'lL[ Kongsemnerne, _a pili) by Hemlk After a IUllcllf'on at Our Sa\ lor s Lu- 'e£l�tlllaster The Lndles Guild pre- Is MArgreUle Thorlaksson and NorI SC'n It possible that later In the thrrn n church the \arlou.", committees pll.led tho dinner \\hlch lias scned b} mil PreUll The Garden of GloriOUS , , , G !rls consists of Signe Mldstaler Ida �ehool trrm this class IIIlJ prOduce I met At the bu�mess meeting II hlch l o\{'nber� of the Junior Guild -some Norv.eglan pla)s and also enln foHo�ed It \\a� decided that present numbers Included songs by Mac Hoss Opal Grove Elsie Barrell With Chrlstma.s as hIS subject Re\ In the Slg\ald K\ale"'Declnmntlo�Con- ""Officers remnln In office until March I a Progrum } cnmposed Kohler The 68.Ille ten of Norman qUintet bo s R�dell of ,First Lutheran Church, TIl.- test. held In memory of a young man 1937 Plans wrrt' mMe to ha\"l� the Jensrn, Donn}', S\'nre, Nell Johllson, girls Marlon tire IIgaln se:en In the Ru ssJan _coma. will be the speakrr at thr L. D. 1 who Lenten season te set aside for self Delmer KnudtsOn , find Normnn Hagen: group later In the plot, A novelt)' died on the battlefield. �. mft'ting De,c. 17. Eva GJesdal wll1 denial offerings for the Ukranlan remark .� Pl' Pau!" Preus and Normlln mlli ine Ilumber will be given Just prior slllg a solo, nnd � readmg Will b(' given Mission In Russlll, . Jensen. wno rep'rescnted the fathel'!; t:l tile fln;le . by· Thelma ..NeM, Alda St Olaf Choir to · Give b�' Virginia Dnv1s. Rolllnd 59-'anson, University of Wash- and !lOns i"especth'ely: songs by � male iolmson. Mabel Heggem, Judy Benson, . . On an evrnlng during the week preSpring Concert · Here ingtoll. was re-elected president, and qua'r�t:. Joe Ed�'ards, Bert Raymond, J::Ug'eilln Spencer. and Irene Odell. ceedlng Christmas, L. JJ. R. memtK:rs -other offic('rs chosen are "Ice-pres!- eaul Preus. and Re\'. S\'are: address, , ... wlJl carol In Parkland. I The famous St. Olaf College Choir, John Lu\,sas, University of Ore- Dr. E. M. Hcgge: and remarks by PsH Mn!:!�et Pellr:o;on, ch�a�,. �II.S �·hlch Is directed by Dr, . F. MeliW! dent. Ruth HaU(land, Western Wash- George Arneson, president of the Luth- G roup repare eI)ort gon: n n a ny n d g��I!��:g: ������:I:� ���:; enm BrotherhOOO:- The P�L."" C. or. For Board, of TrU8t�e8 � :e:� n f t mTU:= �� �: : � ��:��:�1 ln � :: ri � a �a� �O: I 5 ;:t. � r r � �� : chestra played during the dinner. F.ri, dIlY.�:Dec, 4. / Those on her commlt- spring \\ h�n the group makes a con- l of W$Shlngton; corresponding A preparatory report for the Board tee IiPl?Olnted to sell .the candy ue cerl . ' 01 the west coa.st sUites. They sret.tyary, Rhoda Hokenstad, Unlverfllty ... of Trustees, who will meet here tbl.s , to Hal'e SUP I)e� Gutld E\' a G Minand Louise Hendrikson Jesdal. "heduled to leave Nor.thfleld, Mhln gwn: 'and advlSf'r. Rev. Ar - ! are sc of W l Is belJ!g preplU'Cd by ,the mornlng' neso{.a , on Easter Sunday, March· 28, thur L. Swenson, M�cow, Idaho. � . Margaret Rorem. And ChristD18S Bazaar building conuntttee for the new' library, tollow an Itinerary book.ed by Pro!. The WMhl·,gton State College LIIThe report de9.1s with the question Paul G. Schmidt, choir manager, who theran studen!;t grOup will be h05ts l"he Lad!es' Guild or Tnnlty Luth- ot archlU!cl� 5upe�lslon, and the , Mrs. Taylor m '/ecently returned � St, Olaf from the the 1937 conference eron Church Is holding Its annual ba- amount of money Dequlted to ])e In. After a �ur of the 'tampus on Sat� zaar next Tue5day evening, December hand before construction . can :bq1n, Mrs. J..()ulse Taylor. 8upertntendent west: . of the public sChools In Fierce.County, Thill ;nll be the ftrst trip the cholt urdEiy afternoon a b,,:nqu�t was held 8. Supper will be .served .at 5:00 R. m., It also concerns sugaested m04lflc&­ Wasblngton, and( �t f'egts,trar, has made ,to the coast. for ten y�s, at th� First Lutber:an ,church whose and a special Norwegian Christmas tlora of general plana /Submitted 'by now on leave of 'absence' from the col; It will probably requlte. three · �eek.s to pastor, ' �v. H, J" Lundblad, acted dish, "rommegrod," will be. featured. Charles 'Altfilllsch, arch1tect. lege. underwent a major operat.1on a; Include all , of the 'te�tat1ve concert& toastmaster. New. orrtcers were In- Following the /Supper, there 1'0111 be The building committee Includes Rev, 'the Tacoma General H�Ita1, 'Satur- OSten A.' ElIsaen, Pac!!ic LUtheran stalled by' Dr, .Bchoeler, and the nnal a sale of ChrlstmllS articles. and M, Lono, Tacoma, ' chaltman; �, C, . dB�' momIng, November 27, AlthoUgh College srradl.!&te' r and Joseph !'tun- address wis pre�nte:d by Rev. H. A. bakery goods, An apron boOth, fish IversOn, Steilacoom; and ..Theodore 'are Orda1, w!lo spoke "The Place of the pond. and candy sale are features ol' Nel.sson and Dr. �tad� who repher condition was very seROuS. she, l:s nt.ng,. . fonnerp, L, C. 'l!.tudeDt, . �\'�rIng 'as well as can be expected, bets "Of t,h� chOI�, Bible In the Lives o� Young Peop'le:' the sales. rC!Jent the Coll�

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"�'ho"'ld' tb:\�� '�:n.·�: r:.I���t� :.:� :n�:::;:�: stude or L. ·C. In 1\'1\1 vlsl� cemlng primitive. lnhabltanta of tt,ts J:Usocia!ed CoIIetli:Jle Press the past , . . Well, we hope you didn't. over-eat because school.ntnel{t week I\S the1934-5, guest or HRZel contlhent. you'll . . . Just think of poor MABEL HEGGEM, who had HUgerup. The f'reshnlllll Class -pre5en� 1\ EDIroRIAL, STAFF t'O be content 'wlth a little turkey broth , , . Thai's a bad · Jlrogram the' same ehapel per. I;"reu�� '32,_ll-!,"aduate muSical time to get sick, MAE! . . . We noUced same of the �tooges , - Ma,ry .. �,...ulSe EDITOR HRZel Hagerup ' pflueger ILn9ouhced. 'the lad. ' rs whlch comlng bRcK a little blue In ·the faee . , . WI\S'that from nurse of the Mayo Clinic, Roch�ster, 'l1;mlbeGary ASSOCIATE EDITOR Norma Preus . I..l.lCludffl: �'ccordlon se­ eating or t)1� n:sult of a bunch ,ot 'D's'? , , , Yes. we all 'Mlnneso!I\, wlll return to her ho In lectlons. Leonard And�h;on : vocil.l solQ. S�OR:rs WRITERS - Russell Fryt'. Rolan.d Wu'est, Parkll\n�. fU! the C.hrsl tTl).llS Hollda} Rudy El mer ; nnd pllW.o �Io, Ma. rgrethe o ei �: v.:I e ;;;rer� � �I�� l:,: ·:���e�· :: ; Norman Frye, F3le� Martin. t a t me u t FEATURES - - - - Llnr.a Dt> BCITY �� s :n ��:p � and � 'Ferdlnaqd Chrlsten�1l 'f.h�rlnk,:S:�on. so onward�when SOLVEIG �ndMr.dnu�htcr. �tmlghten It out SPECIAL WRITERS - Jack Ode)" Walter Schnack:. 25, R�\.. Anne, Rnd wil- ' On Wednesday. No\'ember , en\}t'rg, Kenneth Anenson, MarvIn .JellS{'n, lI.roUl�d wllh the ler Chrl�t'nsen,Marylyn .OMDAL gQe� home. she does!,"t mt't:s gave R 'l1lank$gh'ing P. L. C. graduntes of M. A. Chrl��nsen . k and o ", , "� REPORTERS Eh'a Bergmlln, lda Merz, Lavaun . . ddre . UP J, t '�n ' .� ����:: ��rF:£�:� McCall, LJev.·elln Da\'lesj IdlL Mae H�s, Elizabeth O " ' . �� Sluen, Wadene Calavan, Virginia Davis. d Aida Johnson COP.Y READER C�rIS!ellsen." T.YPISTS Corrine Malmln;' Irene Odell Youth W ork Descrihed ., . WalUs Kerr, '31 . I� R It:acher of vioEDITORIAL ADVISER Ruth' Francie:· � TO Local Ger nll� Cluh n in Aberdeen, Washlngt"on BUSINJ,;SS ST:U'F � Elmer Hauke, 2 � IQll' I'ceenlly for , " "Willlderets." a descrtplion of R IRrge Oak Otness BUSINESS MANAGER '8 ,";uitca�s beslc!es. probably plum� tull of a toothbrush Los Angele!;, California, He ASSISTt>,NT BUSIr..'"ESS MAN....GER - El.lzabeth of the }'oung people'ln Gere n e . e���: mer!)' of Astot'iR, Or�gOIl. , was for_ mo\'�ment o FrIIs m:.ilY. wa$ gh'en by D<irothy Peterson �� �:� �: 6. I��1l \ :C�:;d�� c t t ';��: ���, � ; �� ::: : l ADVERTISUiG ....NAGERS - VI�nla Da\'�. e d � DOcTOR l'INCELSTA� ref,c�ed 10 the 'foot�al1 dla- le:O�I r�:�� ;���6��,S ;:��II:� \��'�i��� , �I��t��l �:�a��,C�\��e�b�t t meet El!zabeth Stuen : �:� A n S s CIRCULATION M4N....GER - ·Kathryn Anderson A committee i'as apPointed to ar���:=�. :�� ����� ��:: ;���� t�� =��a (�::: �: 1011E\ elyn Arne!';On, was married to mnge CrnCUL....TI.ON ASSISTANTS - Ht'Il'n LilJa, programs for future meetings. ' dollnrl. and when GRENIER reech'ed the Insplmt.lonal Thelma ' Nes.o; and awnrd . \';'1" stili think thnt It �ould hnn'heen n!Jout Rodnl'�' E. Ch1\llman of Slh'erdale:SRt- ":dward Mnckle, Sylvia .Mlller, EXcHANGE EDI-TOR Mabel Ht'ggt'm N ' bl'r 8 \�.�lg �:���rd t:; :;����l McCutchl'On eOlnprlse Ul�r ' l ro h AD SOLICITORS - Rmh Downt()n, Vh1an Smith s�� I a �:. �� � �;::: ��:�E :_� : p �� BUSINESS ADVISER M.r. O. J, Stul'n I her si!;ter. Miss Inet Arneson, who was Got ·to have !';Omething to fIJI up the space with ' . Until .we went home, we had nlmo.�t -forgotten what nn graduated from P! L, In 1929. Olnl p ge (' g g Wt L �. but 3 now cO.Dles news the that stnrtllng the �: I�:;��1��,�' �a�':�;l :�g��::�� From Collegi..te Press' TIll' st'ason or footiJall h:is passt'd anotht'l" maind('rs broke the fast with the hen-fruit . . . Someone .t�Tal i f�'illgly Slll'l'{'ssful �;l'IlS0n fot· p, J . . C. Fl'w . at the U.nlvermust have chnsed n chicken Into t'he kitchen, and �cared ""ho Is a. st�dent at P. L, C. now, . sang To flunk R �ubJeetexpensive In more the wedding song. ' 5lty 'of Oklahoma I:!. . an' Ihl' SdlOllls Ihat CIIIT hoasl of as · h i �h a into .submlSSlon . . . HEIGHT OF WORRY-Call you !'t't'ol'd, lind as l'olllnWlltiahlp a It'am. A !(':l il""l-' Im:.gine an}:onc who would take a taxi to school (11.65) Rolat)d Swanson, '3$. has been re- wnys th�n one. 'The university board ' approv� a th e. ' 'If regents �t'ntJ) , jll!;t electro 'to thl' offlec of prt'sldent of the to gef lhen: on time. well. VIVIAN SMlTH Is the that can go thl"ough an l'Tlli,'" Sl':iSOn wi thout of' wo� prl'Crol'nt setter . l " If you can dig liP enuf to taxi, you Lutheran. Sludent� ' Association of dollar penalty for eachIs hour a singh' loss, \villl only SI'Yl'n points scorl't lunked, . The penalty �ot a m.eans ­ division. regional Amcrlca northwest agninsl it, is Oil{' thai sliuultl !'l'l'{'in' th(' h i t:IH' t ) at meeting held No\'ember 2'1 Rnd 28 of ratsing revenue for, the unlvetslty. -, recogililion fnull its suppol'll'I"S.J Rt Bel1lngham. Rhoda Hokenstad, '35, ''lUt is de.�!gned to Improve sCholar�hlp. was elected colTespondlng .secretary, \ mighty fund could be built at. our Ht'fort, u It'llm {'an attain Ill(' StH:l't'SS rcadwtl and Ruth Hjaugland, a fonner student choa\. don't }'ou think? hy the (;lnt!iaIOl's lI;is s('aSOll, l'adl playcr I}Hlst at P L C v.a.s cho.<;en !ecretary surely would be welcome, on the 'building boa,rd,' which William Pflueger, 3$ \tho III a senior =::::= haw Ih(' winning spirit. Playing agilinst I('ams, : �::':;::=.:: : �=;:=� has �ucha hard time unearthing potatoes . . . LEHMAN'S t Capital Uni\erslty Columbus Ohio, llIany of which ClIllle frulil schools (with larg('r geese nre_stlll here, we see, or rRther we hear . . . They '" a.� chosen for an Important role In student uH'lllhersllip Ihan lIu'irs, tlw (;Iati!'; should have slugged n couple on Thanksgiving Radios - Wash,en pia} Journe} s End the Unl� l'mtlt! 1101 r(,ly upon sllp('riol: sll"t'nglh and mall- , HOKENSTAD and HAUGEN got the gpose last year . . the Oil . Burners !; first dramallc production of pOW('1' nllll1(' 10 win tiwir gault's for tht'm. '1wy \erslt� PIN POINT PRUDENC�ACK ODEY-WALKING the GA 1 234 So. 38Th and Gee senoon Illust n('('11 hllw dean fighting spirit . n(it as i n-· ARCHIVES . . . Will someone please send him a pack­ horse fO{ ChrlstmR!;, so he can extend his 'under-t�e­ divi<lunl pillyel"s, hilt as a t{'am, \\,(,idl'ti to­ � Itlm-\!brary' . . We understand that he wrote to SantR gellwl" lIy Iht, impl'llls or stl llt'rior l'(lUching. Claus, too . Better, bre� the news to him gentl�, he's World's. largeST in'sTallers of HeaTing I Contln�ed From Pal'e 11 Out of a l11ix('d groul) of returning 1{'lIenn(,1l Systems for The Home not \'er�' old. and probably doesn't know yet . , Now the orchestrA; four sh,ort recltatlves by , 625 ST, !<ielens' Ave.. Ta.coma, Wn. lind nUIh'I'illl. Coach Olson l'oL\nded �illin t n e M)'$. Charles Wcll:l'r, soprano: chorus condition hull kurn thaI i n its first gUlIle, Phone BRoadway I 50 I : :��re�IA:�y h;:� :�o��� ::��� :e�/�;:I�e' a!�� sing. � "Glory 10'<GQd"; 1>010, "Rejoice !t'ss tho II Iwo w(,l'ks IIfl('," 111(' tmining began, Represented Dapper two dRyS before the paper comes out . NIGHTLY Grently 0 Da'lght�rs of Zion" by Mrs, "'-== ===by=M,=I.= =='1 was able to win IIV('I" h i ghl y I'lII('d ,\rIllV SCENE--SII;>DERS and STRAND battin' a mill i on , Charles Welker contralto recitathe ('kv(,ll. FOI' Ih(' 1"l'lllaind(,1" of ill(' St'ason, thi, with KRAMER find FRYE In the outfield . , . We nre all Rnd air Then Shall Ihe E}('S of the "IIIYl'l"s would hav(' hp('1l tIIll1hle 10 ut'laill the agrced that JO GJARDE takes the cake for jokes­ Blind B(' Opened and He Shall Feed honOl' Ihy did, without Iht' inspimlion of t i l(' Hl're's ht'r favorlte_ . . Time marches around the clock. HI!; Flock Like a Shepherd by Mrs ' con('h a n d h i s assistunt. C. Hal"ofsky. 1 502 So Kay St That'; It. Ain't. It purly . Old you know that ROLF Wll1lRm TR}lor As thl' coming of win it'l" !'ill gs flut Ihl' pass­ WIPRUD Is an arUst extraordinary . . Yes, girls, tha: Pan t"'o opens v.lth the chorus singfree Delivery ing or tht' I O:\li 1'00tll1l11 �H'ason, we congratu­ good-looking guy with the pipe Is VERN BI'I"I'ER . Ing Behold the Lamb of God fol- , Jutc ull thust" whl) lIlarl'iJ('(l in 1', 1.. C. 's "Pig­ 101\' e d by a con�mJto «Ir "He Was Dt>� [9! skin l"lul"a'dl,"- -coadH's, C;l adiu lors, nHlIlHg('rs. spised" by Mr�, Welker. .The- chorus After Ihe Show wukr-ho\', chp!'1" 11',Hlers, llIul dIcereI's -and then wlll.sing " Surely He Hath Borne ' l']'tlsS('fl 1 1)(> goal Ii Il l' waving high the hann,cr Our Griefs," "And With His Stripes of \"ieJory, We are Ht'aled:' and "All We Like Shce]) Have Gone Astray." Harold 91 3 Commerce S·T. Tacoma, Wn. Sorbo ""11\ render a tenor solo entitled, ' III Iwhllif of Ihe Associated Studenls The "Behold. and See, If There Be Any r �Iooring Mast offers a ,word of nmtiolcm.'c tn SOrrow"; the chorus will sing "Lift. Up �Iar\" and Edwal"d '''u'klc in iI)(>il" bCJ'C';tv(,ll1cnl Your Heads. Oh Ye Gate�"; baritone ' i n ti.l' n'el'lll th-alh of tlu'ir father. nl'\·. E. See us for 'phone numbers, VERN, of course there Is a 1>010. "Why Do th� Nations So Furlous� Shell C')soline and Oil \ludl('. nominal relalnlng fee. . . . Or better yet. CHET SOLIE Iy R.'\ge?" ; the chorus will sing "Let Dependable Creasing or AL JACOBS . . . They have addresses, too . Have Us Break Their Bimds Asunder," �'hlch GENERAL 'REPAIR' you sct'n PAUL BLIED come up the steps In the morn­ Is followed by a tenor solo, "Thou Shalt ing? , . . Those lilte hours are gonna getcha. boy. "Colle!,!e training is 110 tJlIlslundillJ,( he ne fi t Break 'Them" by HRrold Sorbo. The I ALMOST TOO LATE1 0 radio o r motion' pielurc ('arc('r; StlCC('Sl:) i n "Hallelujah" chorus concludes this dl- 1 1 .. Short, short. story--Girls come down, look, are abl\Sh� viSion. ilwSl' fit'it.!s depcnds upon ahilily. p('rsOJlIllily, Printers - Stat,ioners _e'&;_i!rI.Lg�y, are chased, become perturbed; girls - Mr.!. Charles Welker singing "I Know lind nulwl.lrd- appcurunC(� , I-cnsl .no aspersions come back :' girls 1I�'e happl,,}' e\'er arter-yeah�, . heh.heh, That My Redeem.;r Liveth" comme"i.ccs . P upon \Vh i l ier Col1cgc:my rumll mutcr, h('('.1luSC I; ���;�!!=:'"R- ' -, . . . and now DUROA devours the salad, tsk, tsk . "91" third part of th �_. presenLntlon, The I f ('('1 Ill)' fotll' Vl'urs thcre ,to he iil\"uluuhle i n ",lAin L.I L.L. 1 Zth & A Sts, Where did you get that sweater, CAESAR? . . , 'Ille bas­ conc1'.1dlng numbers are: pCI'soiml con'lu�ls a n d friendsliip tlC(l uir('d." "Since by Men ket bllll team has new yeUow-�old S!lk sults. . . Oh boy, Came Death" by the chorus; baritOne D.tlIlald r\'U\'is, famolls singer. isn't Irfil�g 1 0 we can hardly walt! . . . The new p, L. C, theme song recltath'e �nd _*r' "Be�Old, I Tell You tt llisl'otlrugc m d i o nnt! f i l m nspiranls. Is' "HEY';' not "MlSTEI\l' or "SIR," ! according to a Mystery , arill�e Trumpet Shall : KEITH REID , ' . Why did the kids take the llghts 'out Sound" by the bas.s solobt; and the i Special Ilates for ' Students ot the sockets, and lose the sWitch In' the Comp, Gov't. "worthY ts' the Lamb" and 1 '"Wc 'need more of the Iype of person who I Sc. for 9 holes .class? , : . .They probably feel better with MR, FRANCK :::::. givcs a doliar's worth of work, wlll:�ihcr Ihe 2Sc for 1 8' holes 1 In the dark , . . or maybe he Planned".lt all before�hand. dollnr etlllle:; from' pri"atc sources or the puh­ Regular· Rate. , ha . , FAMOUS LAST' :\\:ORDS,-'Let's go have C lic till. Thcr.l' is t oo much of 'the time�ing , 20e for 9 holes BOB MOE . . . "Sneaking around again, eh ?"-Anony­ iden, Another thill� we wont.to �et awny from 35c for 18 holes . mpus , , , LIsten to this deer story-"I shot a ten point ( is the p h ilusophy of bigness ,,'{hereby evcry buck that weighed tOO 100,: but that's nothing, my gram­ boy believes he is destined to become presi�ent , pa bagged a 14 pointer th weighed 50 , . . .1 got him of the United States," Dr. \VilHath Mather , the back leg just over th' heart, �ed him Insta y," Lewis. preside,lll of Lafayette College, poinis i , : : . told'by UEL� . Oy, hav, e only thai we usually o� and don't out ! ' that Id�� ,country , ' L�".-� l ike him nfter· we get him. +-mIJr

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"",'" .lth 'h. ,"u,h." ""h,dul, In ' R_ � 5"11,, ,;Id .�";I",' ;"p"�'''ln� �I'ar�. Coach OlsOn's C8sab, artlst.a got . th'l' college po&!Uons on the Mooring down to real work thb \\'eek�ln prepar- Now that, ttle !Ina' c\ut!l1n haS been, !l\'e fill bac,k. �d' a mOst prombi118 Mast sport wrlteu' selections .hlnt' :c:t �o;::a � S;:SO�� ::�:: new material turning out , alh�n fOf their Initial game with '�ber. ; se (orm the rolh:�wlng 1ll1· Be:�r:a�' : l . . ��n�:� �a� . d�n .)r. College. Dec:ember 11. on the spotlight In the Gladiator ...... OVIrt' ... s calUnderwood, R. ,E Ltlnrteld O �eSides�Ing a member of the junior ConlT&tu:aUol\5' caPtaln to NI .el�t. I Coach CUHom Omon. who loget.hl'f ��;::�l'. :. :. �f �:����: n a ' g sen. and ,to that big 190 pounds d� with his 1936 footbe,1l �ayen. . r �:re�e 7ar:;:. �� ��a!::�� �:IIC::�: InspI�tlon--:=' and as- Neeley. . . Fort. Le�..ls Irorr Man" o��e.r. The ,lstB.nt coach. C,. 8arofsky, was hOil- Ullin L.'CCllt(lr gage In at JeB.'it a dozen �ther outside t ,-" Bellingham G h -men n a ld h . ored NOlember 24 at a banquet for IPmes ",1th some o(·the strong.est coil �� '" OO � ' o\.e': OM'n better / . . Llllfleld \lhlch the associated students \lere &lInmervllle L T. I ,I lege And unh'ersl�y teAms In the north- �f'. 'h , c:" t.'O ho o . Bellingham . ,/. Smith. L. E. west "Slnet" the football �a.son is over.. Last year's flr� five was com�d of hOS::.s. St. ·l�iIlrtln.l Abbutl. Q. l s It' t As � et no definite 'd�cislon hM been a gob!:! im\! to put In some. hours Nilsen. Soll.e .· Leask. -Tommerv k a,nd . Monnloutl' &:,rden. t:. H. rt'achE'd' concernlrig ' the much talked and catch up . on your Jobs:' Quot:e C.. Jehsert.. · Ford. Frye. . ThompMIl!. Bnct ' of trip east. which would Include such O. Olson. LatSon also earned letters. Gene Jack , B£'l1lngham ' Chormt. R. H . Ramel' as those ....·Ith \\'ho was a star 10 '33 and '34 Is bl\Ck . �he Unive rsity . Pn . . nm ' Tarte. F. 8'. . Belllngh P saw ul reus Washington State after llsslng a cf Mor:IIRna. Un!\'erslty of North . . , We r.redlct Da- ,' U' C 1:.: A In I...o3 AlIgel� � Honomble mention has been. given a that he'lI kota. Lu.ther. 51. Olaf. Augustana·. and pIa be one of the high sc!ll;t'rs " � .I�·eeks a�o . . . He sa"ld that cou p le f the following: Cook. Linfield: fullback ; ' . ..- '. IIllmy olher lallle schools. However. team n for the �mlng season. Chet . J S.olhr' .and (;(>ne Jl\ck. I�al \·et· .' the country could Williams. Llnfi£'ld; .center; Borst. Elwl\.hout the trip the Gladiators would :t.en thei Cougars t day have Harold "�ayo" J.ohn50n. A fomler era!lS '\1\ ba.sk�t.I:AII. ha\'e JH:en pll\ylng I£'nsburg. Prl£'st. Monmouth. ''gu trls: A. . . be on tha . still play a hard sch�ule. �ntatl\"e He a lso snw the game between Texas Whl.t�\. 8n, hoopster�\\"ho has'been p �or all Independent Tacoma team. La.st Anderson. Ellensburg. Heindberg.� Mon­ games h.Bve" bE't'n lined up �..Ith the A. M. and Sar\ Francisco Unl�lt}' JlclnW. for the pa.sV se\'erat .,,·eelu;, Monday e\·enl·1"18. the� played asalnst mouth. tackles; De Sordle. · Fort LewIs. ...... fblloll"ir,g : sea�tle Paclfl.c. Ellensbulll . . . He said that the Texas A &. M. .erely Injured bls knee during Thanks- !in Eatonvl!.!e group. . Taylor. Ellensburg. h.f\lfs: Barriugton. u.Il\\"erslty of British Columbia. Albar:y. t.!am turned in "as flashy a bit of pass. gll'lng and � Ill be out for. an exte.n(l.ed Bolh 'men a�e Ine11g1ble for junior Lhifleld. quarterback; Petrilla. Oregon . playing this year. T('ch.. [�llbAck Llt Held. PaCific l;nh·etslt�·. Gonzaga. t ' ,still two Johnsons left. college confermc£' lldll ng a.s he had el".er pe�lqcI.. ·t There·s l . . Bellingham .. Chene�·. Monmouth and ng and ball ha-From er h we .. h8\" llIg ' i1;lrcAdy pl!lyed thr('(' �·e!lrs. . Bob Martin. former P. L. C. gilRrd. News Tribune Q . \· ) ' O)'(!gon Institute or Technology. Your gllest columnist next Issue will H'.lwc\"er( th£'y wJIl be eUg.lble lor all co"cnptaln of the Llnfi('ld l<-qUAd.: ./ !� ach ?lson . With .sueh a t �rlfl schedul£' Coach n:lIl·cOllf£'te'\lce gnmes. I ' tl g d td I Olson ts' somewhat dubiOUS re<gardlng ; �� ���: :I:fn �ll:U;��'e '�:fel�;e �:;k UInspiration o n a lo h l ' And his to t.he �m . :;��:I�;£'��;e t�.� n;:; �� !�e::�I�: No 'Respecter . . n I a c u n Chef Solie and Gene Jac.k .. wlll be inOf��� ���j\I:. �: :�n� :I::; �I:��:S :r £'Uglble for all conference gAmes Ne\l Thl! week's uquet goes to those ) grueUng fOOlblill. He Is "tops"'; as malerlal hns been some\! hal dlsap- rootball boys who turnt'd out e\'ery gulirds go. pOint ing to the Luth£'Iftn mentor b.e- nlghl but "iIldn·t quite earn their let.Hnl Votaw did not receive recognI­ . cause of their lack of llze and £'xpeli- I£'rs. ' tion because he played only ft short 'enee. for a winning hoop team time agRlnst the OiactilltoTS. Ho'w ­ I ChaMf'ji I e e\'er. he h�s mnde a name for himself Volleyball Tournament � ;::h:· :.:th���t �:ar�: c�x;����s�:� In other . gAmes Oil lhe Linfield SQuad. Will Begin Nexi Week Sports writers hope lhelr ooncensus . of opinion !'Iltes favorably with P. L-. C. B�nqUe VoU,yball ",.",n. und" th, ..�'"" plAyer!>. It Is regretted that more meil «ConUnut"d. from Pa,e 1 supervision ' of th.e mana.ger. J;lelen could nol be given ��gnilion. l:Ioltcamp. Is. acth'ely getting under way And remnrks. Norman Frye. �tb�1 In the girl's physical �ucatlon�_classes. CAptain. and C 8arotsky. ,k"istBlt g ld ch. . \ �m:��I�rete,:: �: e��U�f�� :�� coaAwards wer£' presented �Y Dr. "t'tngbe chosen next week. elstad to the foUOY," ng: three-yea r sweaters: Harold Nilsen, Norman Frye. HANSON'S JEWELRY Lawrence GrenIer. Chestl'r 6011<:. Oli­ DISTI NCTIVE ver Ludlow. Gt'ne Jack. Ru�1 Frye. Tacoma. INn 257 So. I I th St. -O ' Ilnd HdT(}ld O'Conner: two-year· sweat­ Watch Replinn!! - Rellenable P.;C" er:«.: Arnold Tommerylk. Fred Heany. TACOMA'S LARGEST . H ",n;,h;nlP' m Kennet.h Anenson. William Cllpp�. and O , .""" ". "" , ,..,,... ,,'" • .•..'iJ: Olis Grand£': first-year leU£'rs: Prank . �. j Unger. Earl Smith. Fnles MRrt!n. AI­ SPECIAL NOONa.Y LUNCH : \'In Jacobs. Jay Smith. SIan PrIes. and +---_. -----_ j Erllng Jorgenson who receIved an hon­ � . orary award. Jorgenson was Injured .. Parkland, Wash � early in the season MEN',S WE"R , �"''''''''''.".''''''''.'''''''......" . " " '' ' ' ' ' ... . .. � Lawrence Grenier WAS present£'d the Men's Suits, Overcoats, Shirts, Ties, . Hats. Caps. Underwear. The Men's <, __________,_.:. !>jleclal a\l,·atrl donnt£'d by Rhodes S � ore women like to shop il:"" to th£' plR}er most f Tacoma I , jn�plratlonal hIS team Managers JETLAND t.. PALAGRUTI , an : t 9 1 2/Pacific Ave. I ��;; B�:���� :�:��e::�':a:: � ' I , Harold Blssel Nilsen \las elected "" ' � t I t� :«.('t\e as captain of the 1937 Gladl- I XMAS . CA.RDS t t£'am .. �' ator The tablrs \lcrc cle\erly decorated I Fountain Pens and Pencils I I a t HAROLD E. DAHL CO. . ....�;;;;� ;, ;;;.;;: . ;\ l�a:�:�g :��� 8 �::�:�I�I�0�t;��:� L. Pacific Avenue - Lobbv Rust Bld.ll. ; I Rust Bldg MAin 4493 rleLla 0 Nell \las In charge ofIdecora· >I ----�------- tI lions .:, � . = • " = losis Christmas === i!i :====� I Steele . president of the Tub£'rculos16 "':''Raymond Electric C o. League of Picrce COunty. reported to . LAUNDRY and the leagu£' on platlS' for the sale of ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CLEANING SERVICE AND SUPPLIES the seals throughout the county. Dr ; "ff7"e 5"",1, ,C''''d 'ha< '"O"'Y fo< re," w", .. J � 9 1 5 Comm"" SR. 1 7 1 2 TaCOM at Extremely Low Pr.ices � ,,,� , � already coming in In :'very gTRUfy. . . .'"·r '' '''' . :! ��!l �:c�;�Il;;U:fh���d;:�Sw��� ��� ' R D L d �� ;�� ���� !����'�':Ctltlng work In .�i ckl eu R H p B gl\'lng tuberculin skin tests for �'oung ";III _.'-:�_ .u . ' ;;!�IS H��il�!" people In our schools' and. coUeges, to . E UDENTS W LCOME ST f e r 5436 So. Tacoma ,Way 1 :!�� :�� �::rte:� :�Ic:es;:r: t�:: �:�� �� � ,. t to a m:;: :,:�'y:�;� ,�: �� . . · . 5.,,1, Fe< H i s Christmas , ' Smart Styles for "'T'n:,·". PEA. � 0, QUA LITY"'. The goal of the 1936 seal sale Is to Distributed by ARROW S.H IRTS give. skin tests for all students In.their Ladies an.d Men C �OCERY' CO, WES � COAST blic and pliv,:te schools. CbtENE'( TI ES. I teens. In pu SKI PANTS $5.25 HOLEPROOF HOSE . who have not al�dy been examined. ... . H ICKOK SUSPENDFRS h -------.--��t:':�::�n :;:'::::'f:::I;;.' :� i','; McKINLEY MATTRESS.FACTORY · lowln, ",hoo", P",llup HI,h. 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the L'hri�/mas Spirit

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is absolutely �rfect.

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not the exactne55 of such details is

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of the 'day, the

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of the wars In Which we Choose

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thc spirit

of g u1ng o f hl'lpmg or AS an all-t'mmen. Joy, tr.1ClIlg lo\'t' for our ft'no

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Bough

It t h'll conrerliS US most. 'theTt' aN' - mallY bl'autlful thoughts lhat' cOQle ....ith Christnias, Peoplc �Irll'e tJ get the " Christmlls spirit" H':-n.'

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to-- t�

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festivities and �e the ev�nt more

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It

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ent abroad to achieve Its fame, paradt' the streets In gorgcoWi array,

European cuItlvatJ0r:- spread Its popu·

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EDITOR

ASSOCIA'n:

SPOHTS WRITEHS _

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, 'iChl"duled (or Fe!=,rual'\; 13·20. the · " Ch�ir of· thl" t"1""St"' and Proft'S.� r J. O. Ed"'·ards. dlrer.tor. will IU\'e Pacific Luthernn Qllk>gt- Saturday." February I:'. for' Canby. Oregon. where the first �IICert will be gh·en. M�. Victor �. EI\"t's;r� will accompany the group as choir manal;er. and Mrs. ElveSLrom \\'111 be ch�pcron during thl" trip. • The I, tlnerary as plnnned InCludes cunce rlli to bl' gh'en In chu�ches at Canby. . Oregon, p,.cbrllHTY .13: Vllncou· vcr, W.lI.shlngtoli. Sunday IIfternoon,

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· gon. February 15: Albany. rua�y lG; Eugene. Oregon. Februar)' 11; • . • _ ' n nd S er . �re ��:' ;::;::r� .1 :.: li I.... . · Tht' Womt'n's Alhleuc As<;()ClntJon TlTe �holr will 'return to Parkland In II"� been ill,:itrd �o sen� ·se\'enr . �t'It" s frolic � hlch t por et; 10 a t ....o-da} s time (or the annual alumni festh'ltiesl Kat . t� be held h('rf February 2 1 and 22. ....'111 be featured at the College of PUgr Sound on FrbruHr�' 5 and 6. � I" Carl Harlky . ....·ho was LIw bus drh"\.r �'\ll 1>1' othrr repreSl'"ntalh'es fro,} l var", for the cho.lr ]Mt �....ar. wi l drh'e again . ::�� co lf'grs In the St:1tt' of WA,I\h:ng-

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Louise Hendrlcltson and Vern...r Bit· ha\'e been selected to �rve I\S ...dl· tor lind bU$1n� �.n�er.·respecuv�IY. of the 1936·31 Saga. Paclnc Lu�eran Collegr annual·. Thry �'ere ch08tn At an asroclated student -bod)' election �tld last Friday.. from a ,roup or candldate� . submlt(.(';d by t he faCility eommlltee on llubllcliUons. Goldene Ca'TTlU and Otis Grande were also calldldate& for editor· ship. while Lloyd Thompson ""as th'e other nomInee for the mnnaglnR posttloll. SInUs will be lI'ppolnted Imme('\la�l:IY In order that work cnn COlllmence ns soon AS. p0S8lbll'. Any student who de· ...Irl'� a position on either' st.n!t Is rt': quesled t� Slibmlt Applications at oller-. Mr. Hong. Mlss Gilbertson. and Mr. Lqrscn. faCility advisers for the Saga. ....,TU ...upervlSE' the select ions. J Louise Hendrickson Is a third )'ell r I norllal stu�ent. She has been acth'e � I in' school affairs, and Is presldl"nt of I a ::: :::�I�� �:���= ��:b. �I�� holds an office In the L. D. R. Mis." Hendrickson IS a grAduate. of Puyallup hil;h school . Verner Biller. WIIO IS 'a liberal arts studen.t.. is president or the tp"&duatlnst i CIIiM. In 1935. he WM graduated from I high schoo at P.. L. C. •UI presldt'nt· ot hi... class. and .has continued to be 1\(". tire In studem affair!!. ter

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are under way for 11 Freshman subject to secret misgivings ·as to the Cla..",s par�)'. to be held FrIday,. Janu-

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Dr. O. A. T1ngelstad resuml"d hls duil.... at the College thla week after havlog been contlned to his hQlne since the first of the ),nr. pror. Ramstad and Prof. Stuen haVe! �n out With the Ou, but are attending classes ap1n.

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Man's a Man /or A ' nwt ' In dls8ustlng.' No� ror" Oe'.'" 1'1\p3'r from lfle ,":ne;!H()J'� Rnd It".!! and "';J alrnoet dt'CAdes 1'\'(' �'n trYlnlr�Y tube of Burm 8h ve to go with It (eto ti� , . . � \. to reiw real whlsk!'MI. !lOme you �11 th rh)lmes' About Burmll some . . thAt ",aliy ft'l� I should sh8,'e oft. Shave and tou h whtlloke",?', Wtulrs . B'acts ....... �NACK .hAt'll the r�sull? I'm almost I really. applied some of ltlM And .... ! KENSY : .. ".lth JT&In of �t eH.\ng cream to my ·race ani! . whefe 1 "tarlee!. To think of It! >'AI- s....�l-5I1l I . .!lo W ED .' ...and . dash 6- d1M� . J In nlled. · . �t off with' my Ot!.l1\: What most R third of llfctlme WA-Sted .. . . I bel!c\'e also In.Neverttu�leM. thrill! mlnim.' hoolIIC , 8mOOlhnes!\, 10"'1 " t" )Ioth 811.wl_ . . girlish·· .'ImoothneM so odlQlL,! to us this case the. a�ltlc:lpatlon �ater He\'\O, l'CAh. ,,"d mall biles dog, too. heh. ht'h . . . Wr I ,yaung hat! unwitting.· I lon: t reall%lI. the than thM� Ille apply to .perrlllt Inen rn nlf resting betwee� the Inqulsltloru; . . . First.' lh"· Iy .r:emoved a mole, .the ot;lly place R fc�' . to· mYM'lf.. . Normltl dep·t.. and ihcn to ..... 'Ihe barrage ·frolll t�rm I? grow. conde�nd would hair I'H7 � fl J · , I [ When was I n , . o boy-dldn t l' th LII bl'hlnd thl' desk . From what we hE'ar. took en· WRlch my father !d\R\·C. feeling Im- Mont.hs elll.p.sed /)folore I again Moc<>t� CoUe5iale PreS! cake In HIs.t. o.f .Ch', When you out In t.he �reat',?IR por �m. My rlrs� l'xpCrl. my .counter!d n .able because be I·d day ml' I. � ·so sO.hard puplls1-Not tht911 are hard tM!! Y9u gonna EDiTORIAL STAFF iit cxeMf. u lI lOCI all been not had e rn(: I�ters � ' same, IUld my · . on the e)·u. wow Snooll:le wanis no more 01 tha'! IheAnd the time when InY fa- nelthe.r: Burmn Shave ·nor my Gem ··chooslrg til)'· l!tuU In American History . . . but. rern.em. · wouldn·t? Hazel Hage�p EDITOR Since any, my·ruzz stArched had her rAJ:�r with white enUre chin my e mRd' · I b�( ··he who Is I�SI shall be first:· etc,. etc. . . . �Uq�t sh lng Nonna Preus ASSOCIATE EDITOR soap: how I ·look� Into the . 1 ';\'8S getting "Ider. I te·lt It 'pro�r for AI JlU'nM, and rongrAtuIRtlon.'! . . Frye and Kramer R\" and SPORTS WRITERS · RUS5t'li F'r)'e. Roland Wuest. · shave ClCeRSl.onally., Just · threw out my little· chest! my aren·t going .Into pictures now.-they didn't � . the 'mI irror Norman Frye. Fait'S Martin. knew I.hat M)me day I'd .V!a��. k�p tip with my tell!)w student& and 10 play,ln the sand with Unka Dt Berry ·'scret'n te.'lt"· . , . So �·ou u'led FEATURES . so tJ:!at. If somr practice, a,llttIe geL to day preach. me or car· a drive I'd !lO J!ver'thln'? ·n castles. ull� b , )Ioe': eh. , "'nnr � hnack­ . M·r • SPECJ:AL WRITERS - ,fack Ode),. Walter ·SC . . . a sextAner--how I real l'o·hl.skers .... oul4 finally sprout. they . . . Or CAn t you'reme!1lber !hOISt old times. �I\ , So . ";'lld when r ....as enbug, Kenneth Anenson. Marvin Jensen. you got gyped, naYlJIeed: we'll trade you our new twelve- dreamed that In the not ·��t1.St,ant would not find me. un�n�red. . REPORTF.RS "£1\"11. Bertrman. Ida Men, Lavaun tube, all·...aveY Pbnc� for a double·soeltet, Ind a piece ol tutnre r·d MY. Ju.�t as the upper dRM' TI\w r h·ave kept It u�, even 19 the MCc'ftll. Llewella Davies. Ida Mae HOM, Elizabeth �hr�tmlU car\l:ly " Vel.,lhe ,sll9w on the groll.nd. but me!, did. ··My· whiskers terrible, (, present da)'. Now I regularly shayr SlUen. Wadene calavan. Virgtnla Davb. "'\... Ob gotta �have every other day: ' HQpe onte a wt'('k-, aQ.d, le5t you think that lhe lea'·es are on the tret':r.. or something, just ask Aida. Jobruon COpy READER Sovde . . , All those nice presetlt3 getting look more · there·, hot water:' Then I'd be. ad. I don't need It atter a week, let. me tell Corrine idalmln. Irene odell TYPISTS mlreCi Ju.�t as I admired them: That you that once a classmate ot mine told the lad Ford . . , nat.u.rft spsnklnewy Franck so �ot , . . now . l Ruth �frs. . ADVISER ED.ITORIAL · parade with seven shlrt&t , . No. the P. .L. C. cholr'"\s I\Ot would be proof that I:m'a real he.man. me I ml.st.e"d some hatr the last tlm� I BUSINESS STAFF . at all, So . as much .RS any beard.growlng shaved !>e'fOI't' I had sl'I....ved Just ' to: I. going nor It wlnglng·lt·· s · oak btneu I � BUSUi� MANAGER reffi;O-ve thO&e hair I had to shave � dltch."d"lgger In the country, Tbo B�d . ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER � Eli.t.abeth I time tast the d '>t' mls. had · I that � But or . . . while on deal! my new t paMed a Th k I time wllnt.'; Club ouplH C d' e P AMorla!. e FrIIs n t t OU a r n r d t r sh e frank with ,you. they are. be· ADVERTI�lNO MANAGERS Virginia o.v15. I � ;� :� �� �� r �� SI����· �;: f�: �t�n� : :' ����;� ; r �;e�· g w:�� ���w!) � . t . t I;l��;r�n:� L � :;�'I��� Ellr.abeth Sluen glnnmg 10 grow a little better. and �fl. they·re defllclng It . . . yeah. they torr Ihrough the crs,o;ltate the ·purchase .of that mlLSCu, er CmCULATION MANAGER - Kathryn Anderson a week some �e with a tine tactllt' , Imlldlng, now t.hey ha\·e to go outside for maLerial . IIlle . Instrument. the rater. Occaslon'_ I sense CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS . Hell'n LilJa. III a9le to feel �methlr' on my llUl Inquired r lilly r 70,year· what the It most way was the r Oh. shame terrible YE'S, 's a shar\le. Thelma NCM chin. It 150.t much ,. but npbody wal' old Loulls thl' number furniture L'! falllni aplU't . IJU.�I efrf"CUve against R sllff beard, I could bo Mabel Heggem EXCHANGE EDITOR a big beard. So � stlll hav!' with rn ...e evell vlg· too carefully lf e sludenlj; mY!i e now aecount on manipulating apart fnll to �tartlnl Smith Vivian AD SOLICITORS - Ruth Downtoo, d hope. (,rou!' breathing! . . , Well. when spring comes the prairie!; stralght·edge.' Stili the wouldn'( I g_roWha : BUSINF.5S ADVISER . . . Mr. O. J, Stuen I will l. If they don·t II:ro�1 All m()t;1 4n vest I'n I be mUCh more friendly hosplt:il.blc rendeZVOUl thr coo)e. Flnl!.lly I decided to� · off only dl<;Rdv�ntage Is that !;pcc;al-deUvery letters \1,'1\1 \avE' a rR�or anywa�·-II nice .�talnteAA st�I , menndo with them I.s to :.have them HUrtiNG THE COMING YEAR-WliAT? .-' -_ __ � I ;!;; ;� t�: :1��;I:��u�: lrul1lp, :::;-:anb�etof�;��:� t�:r ���;:��n� · ;r:;:IIr:;�le �a:�: �n�," IIml In:" hilSfurhq.(t11l jiils s'·i r('ll'ss Iisrt'"gll nlill� .....plk down the !;tep,o; eASily. and qulelly. you might: heard �hat even Geortre Washington 10 IlIl1 rdl sh'lItUustl\" :ll�) m' , lprofitllJ 'or ';\'a5 Ie .§Ome one. e15o?) eouldn·t thl' whims of 1111111. 'il mighl Pl'!;\"j' lh' In srrat.ch ·em. heh , grow a beard. Did )'ou e,,� pic· J..!.oillg 10 IH't'onr,hsh as Cacklf: I'('flt'.d 'Oil whul ' . ture ot him with on«1 We all eonslder · Itn' till!·. dny·hy-dIlY lin's, , Warr�1I orrer.� the huge reward 01 7c lor the return ot hlm a great man.· So. whllker:\ or no II hw; IIlll'll II('('n SUit· 1 IIHII IIIt' e'lJ'l l� cy·IIl' ��St'f his electric shr.vcr . . miSSing since ';an. , , . nhe John Zackrlson. ·33. \·islted Parkland jt wh a man tor a' thatr· :\t'w ''t'ur's r('solutions i�tipa mnst detective IIgeney h&S no tangible clue!!.1 . . . during the New Yellr Hollday�. He is I iskers. ··A man's "Th. Bl-'k and' ...... to. (;�lOti fC'S Iu-· Uolby·llaavik Ih(',' an' so �('hI1l111 lin'lI Sew )ldhod,-Vlvlan Keller-has developed the of employed at present-In = = Portland. --;;: : Ore· ;;:;;; =;;;; ....= ;;;; = = ;; In Ill' til(' rllsition hul onl\". for .Inn. tilll;s S('('1lI h o t �� gon. e hU I : � �� � lIHry tht, first . ;;��! ��� � �tW�� : :" � al u n c;� � u u ;��� l��::�! 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"IInl h('l'UII�l' till'\'' ilt'sirc 10 rescind tiwir Point Prudence-Irene Odeil-:-Bm1ld Honey . . , the bee's Elmer T¥eten. .�. who hBl;; been JACK'S CRIDDLE the Washington, D. C, Bureau of Stan· rtrlOt name I.s TrYlve. still can·t figure out why they had huhits. dards. Is. now at Nome. Alaska. where istll·lll('unllrs, ;\"{'w nickname him '·Tryg" Bill ill spilt, of tllt's�'hl'·mt'HIlH� Commerce he will be In the U. S, Weather Survey effil'aciolls, if t:len rt'SlilutiOIlS l'UIi Yeur's for two yeafl'j. I I 1 II l I ( '. I I Onless the midnight 011 supply Is terrific. thl'! might :�=== ====� ;� I �::� 7t ���I� � �::�!�lr��;��, : (�I!) '::,'.", ,�.(� �\�'t�t�;:: ;)�. Ihul Wt' simply r('s(!"·c Iu tum out lO be the real stuff . You all want to get good Leona A, Fon�rK, ·30, teaches at Printers · Stationers ludt, uf promisl's, hut grade!; . . don·t let the profs. slJp anything past you . Irby. Wash. Iwfurt·; to lwt'omt' but, dn our w(lrk hdtt'I' lhUI\t','('r don·� In· to put anything over on them. either . lIlort' itll..'ul mcn and W�lIl1('Il, physit'ally. Ilu'n! &'holarshlp ,Is a line thing. but , ··BUlld for pharacter·· Gilbert Sydow<33, a student at the lally, alld spirilually. AmI. ·if tnthis"�etis a truly Let"s don·t gum Up the works by pulling any funny Lutheran Seminary of the Wisconsin Ill'\\' lIleant. it will Iwll' cOllsiderably stuff next week . . . Whooh. whoah there, we're going olf Synod, ThlensvUe. Wl!. He recelve. d t:======:;::==:: tliis Irtte or" IIt'tJll'Il'lIsC' un life," Espl'daJlylrlyis ada (but irs a good thing. to remember) so back hLs Bachelor of Arts degree at , North· II pled tn \\' : tothethedrdi pl'cttlil �l'\\' Yl'ur's s('aSOn, blah . . . Def1niUon for Catacombs-the buUdlng 9,'estern College. Watertown, W�. last r it-al fucl Ihnt !touf" turning. Fur il is a psydlOluJ..! the ...t'(' . k-ehd . . Well .thls·1I have to stave 'em ott year. . It is easier ttl o\'er Jikl' ddinite �ttlrtin� poinls. lor awhile: e\·erybody can go back to sleep now, we . 0rdaJ (Oladys Jorgenaon. ht"g'in difrintlt Il'SSOIl in Ihe morning tlmn at \I,·on't desturb you for another bl!.ssfUi period . , . Sews ·30)illrLis Olaf teaching · ph)'!lcal education 1I0tlli. Mondoy nnd� us g:rapplin� with Ihe uul- FIuh-Parkland, Wash..-a man was seen ","alking the South Bend High SChool., l w f :;:�l'l,�t:ll�dl�;'Y:!I'��� �l�� �ti�:�i�·�d���l �'��I;'�'il���g� ��:de���kr�a: a :aksa�. . �h:���;t 1�Jr. �r!�:bl� Smith B. 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PhyslcLsts J>. v.::. the), exchange mtes aboul their social Bridgman of Han'ard .amued the . nll- . scientific work of the past 12 lIon's Iradlng phllosophel"li attending And Slu"enl 10 S I,eak month!!, Man)" are the re\'elaUons the American ·Phllosophlcal SOCI�t)' great Is the, cheering o\'er tbe conc1a\'t' fb): bluntl), asserting thA.t tht'lr . madt'o ' Martreti":e: Thorlakssor. sgoke t.o I syslem o logic was at best Incomplt'\e adVa!l.cem�1It ot civilization. . members of the Trinity Guild at their Prbbably ml)l;t Important of- all Kat�� rand virtually mcanl:lglr8.S S tort: 811 rn!'O I�t meeHng for which Miss COllom [Did You Knoti/ st t hostess at her home In Parkland. """ . " . -: ��e�c�n ::;��:::� �:r �:e ��::���� r . ...................."..,.."..,,",..,, ":"'"'' '''''.....� h al R e. ' l :�: ' The orlgln of buttons on the mellt of Science and cooperat.lng .wel- L SLALOM SKI WEAR ...............u.......... . .. " nr n·, ·s w .', ,",·': m�·":n·, �,"",":C ,\ .....,: ,','. , �:D'"" �Iee\'(' Is attr:lbuted to the fact that ('til's. held this· ) ear In Atlantic City. 1' ;. ' archaeologists met � J im Collins Ski Shop drop Inn" 10Ullly dl'slro),ed b)' fire Fr('derlck th(', G�eRt was 5!.o bartlcu- Anthropologlst..\ind leo. KLOPFENSTEI during lilt' Christmas hollda)'!!. Ent- la r about the appeA Tance of his sol - In Wllshlngton; economists, soclolo· 1 w" y N'S ; 5 93 Broad n e BR'OTHERS TACOMA . Ing places bt('omlng relics of the ��::: a���� �n::�;I��ar� o���:::�' ����,,:II11���to�ll:nsSOC:�1 ���,��;��� � ""." ."",,,,,,,,,�,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,, ..:,,.:...... � past In Parkland and tht Ilear \'Iclnlt)'. m e n polLs geol�' ; I TACOMA 'S LARCEST i f ! ��� I In faC't. dorm !<tudt'llu ha\'� In\'eSled �,:��t ;;Y:I�I�: �h: ;:;:PI':: l��' b�C U �IO I��ISc� Int Indla�aem �:!!���r;!;!!.!:!! from th('lr faces with their COilt �����I HI� ��: �u�::m ;tI�I � n: n� ' I Home- Furnishings Store i i · III electrie perculators In ordtr abol ! sleeves. This of course tend"d � ,. DAHL CROCERY CO. . ish that "it"s-a-Iong,tlmt'·�lllce-break- . soli _the sleeves and give the coal cCh,.',mISt.>; In Prlneelon and Nev. Y!)rk I II Member UnIted PUflly SIO't'S CI1� '1 . .U � > .·"0 .... . 0. J,' ," yn untI d appearance. In order to Impossible II Is to make any ku'd I 3 I fast. fet'lil1l1.---put A stop the practice. he orderp".kland CAr. 3818 · R, 5 summary of he words spa- .:------------� BASKETBAL,L�CHEDVLE . 1 I'd that A rov.' of buttons be placed ofkena atbriefthese meeUngll the Associated on tht' upper .sid€' of each sleevf'. ' · · " · ·· e e aln on he I OI SPREN���L:s JONES � t �:t��at:a�I:'��::es:::�u�::�=: I �;::�!�� �or5$�::lVt��a�g;�a�: G!:�at�: ::e:u�:":vr m . R l And herel1..Ith presents the Inter,.esUng Walcb �n� ���;:y Repal;�n 8 ) ELECTRIC CONSTR CTION � I Jan. 19' IThurs �;. Ma{tln'lI. here; the bullons would -make It so un, . U . I . � ND SU:�� I �S at ( . BR 1 7 1 omme.ce ! �:�, 3.:b � :;.,!)���!, :::::: I lit,",.... ..� �;7�:·)5 �:t��r!:�\1m ") ...Ie's sells for len" ��!��:e� ! practice was broken, but tholJih th� . � ......... ... ... ........ � I (Fri.}, u. · �f B�t.Ish �Iwn � .h� ; I l'Iablt disappeared the butfuns reParkland Mercantife Co. bl , t re . OIL AS . Pa.kland. W.unmlllOn , Feb ' 16 (Tues i Centralia here' Feb malnrd and when their orlglnRI purConr,id's Coffee Shop � 19 ( FT! ) A��deen he�; Fe'b 23 [ po,. "·8� f "'""'...n 'h').· .,.,�, !In, .,.. i'!l ��,���,�.I,e,:,���,� . ..".. ".. ".. ". . I!l bpe.1 Photo Flnl shinS, PhOlo .. Supplie�. P.ompt and COll.leo... n , .f , h ... b. Feb Wed ) Yakima, there 25 on ' h '" . HOME MADE PIES . SerlilCe ( Longview there, Feb 26 Ollt of thl' 1'.'8)'. 'Thu.rs ) Brookd"le WashIngton (Fri ) Albany, there . Feb 2" (Sat ), Churt'hm�n ...·ere tM first to use . � and T Tue � e �,a'l Y � ell: n Th , n ... E . hlth, In hllndker( urope generally V there set! -Mt ernon. <not � .cB LlnCleld ...r...."� K - --..:-, und ror ' a long time priests alone ' here LIEN 6' SELVIC Hom. Make,. bcha"p ,permitted to carrY them. I PreSCriptIon Dr"" s,sls Dlfe'C1 Imporlers of the Flne�t Storlie Funeral Chapel I I t!l ounlaln Pen� and Pencd� If:I wereHandkerchiefs Co. Ice Delivery were extremely t NorwegIan Cod l ver 0., We operate our own MA,n 8166 ran: In the 16th century The Quet'n F ve Cor �I! ' I Casket Factory a u,t e � K",'n.' I , .. Oll,eI' ... rnltu'e and Suppl.e� e �AT:ITi/ , @ . , . ,, �:l f��: '�a l. . � ��::,� �e:-" ' I(I <---------.-S03 6 So. T.comit W y GA. "22 a jI '. �" J ·. . we� once hlghl)' prized shown b)' ' r---------------Harold E. Dahl Co. Eastman Kodak Stores ; _ @f PaClf,c Ave Lobby ,���,� �!�� 8 !�e:�62be!::· :::���:: �: :'l������ Parkla-;"d Co�ed ,. ' " ... 910 BrD.ldw"y 1 Shoppe ty Bea Noses were wiped elt.Q.er on the : KODAKS FOR CHRISTMAS 1 . : Shel� G.uo!lne and 0.1 � : The �Sl of BU... cuffs or with the lInge�. It Is In- � , , . . . ". I " I!l �d"ble GreaSlns eresting to know that at that 'time from t haG not yet been Invented, and I forks --..' 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Unton _.Irk, Shopt. deeree I j �, Quality Knitting Co. . and'usage has perpetuated the lonn. . . . KNUDTSON, Prop. At one time handkerchiefs were of �. Lett., Swe..te� Our 5paci..It, . I C. P.Parkland:Wash. "'t:.- _______-<. . � any shape, rOWld, oblong, oval, or I ) . what not. One day Trianon, Marte � � "103 I l I n St. T.coma. Wun. J L SKI TIME . . ,I S ' . . . �:,:����:� IS NEAR! ' III " 1(I!l!Ir�:::'::::':-:::': :. ..".. : �:ln��I h;::n!� �,=e�I�: = th at e ous , es "an shapes. The king ..e,..d. Cost....." f� R.nt CHECK. UP ON YOOR B'rittookdale Lumber Co. �: MuqNEAL . once decreed that "The lengtb ot I. THORSEN Ep'. _ NEEDS-Maybe a new parka '!W'ith ho d is lackinl: 8rOOkda'• ... ,Mountit'n • •• " �_. handkerchiefs shan equal their . .. H.h H, nw; N .... .. . .. or a ne. pair of booh �ould help. O Clothinl and '-fUTI;ar'cl Rorem 1IIIIIOUIlCt'S the ap�1 pOllltmrnL of· l'e\'eTll I nrlll." C'ommittet' tIIt'm bers fur the DramA Club. Henri­ �' tllI O'Nell. 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The " Choir of the We�t" Is schl'duled �Ulse Hendrickson. editor of Lhe to· leave on Saturda�' mcrnif1g for ' been mailed to alumni and former stuCanby. Oregon; where the first conccrt · Saga. announces th� -se:t"ctlon of the of Pa'clflc .Lutheran College. in­ for both departments of the an· staffs of Its annual spring tour "..Ill bt> gh·en. cluding . tho,e who aLtc'ndcd Paclfll:' n'ual, chOseli from appllcaUoll'l received From Canby. the group ·wllI·continue . Lutheran Academy and Lhe :o\d Co- _ during the PRst week. Verner Qltter. to Vancouver, WashlngLOn. where the�' lumbla College trom which Lhe present business manager. and th:! ad·vlsers. will sing at Rev. Paul Kumman'5 school orlglnatt"d. to rem!nd them of Mr. N. J. Hong'and MI'iS O,la4>'s Gil. church on Sunday afternoon. Febr�nQ' traditional reunion 1�lnnned for Sfl�ctlon th! Ill" 8..."6lst('(\ have bertson. " 14. In the evening · there wHJ'.b� a con­ week_l'nd of February 19. 20. and of the ·Slaffs. cprt aL O. K. DiH'ldson's church in norm).\ year third Johnson. Akin Portland. Oregon. s·i�dent. �nd Otis Gr�nde. second )'e-ar With th" t.h!'nle "Put Your Old Thl'1 rest of th� Itinprary Include� .. have been Ilamed as ('o··asso­ Grey doni-wt."" th? IIlumnl board plnlJs. / Corvallis. February 15. Or. Wm. Scho:­ · student · etalr (dltor�. Lloyd Thoml)SOn IIlld to wC'lcome the " old grRds" with the Icr; Albany. February 16: Re\ . P Alice Cook will .ser\·e as .as�bt:\llt bus­ peppiest get-together rver stngt"d In Heinl; Eugene. February 17. Re\". P. J. Iness . managers. Nn old-fashion " 'horse- and I .. 18, Rev. Luvaas: Oregon City, Febrl8ry On ttre ,dltorlal staff, Goldene Gerwill m('et the vl.o:ltor� at th(' O. EDWARDS PROF. E. G. 'Wuest; Silverton. February 19. ' has been chosen, organization edcar and take them for a buggy ..Re\·. M. J. K. Fuhr. itor. and RoJ[ Wlprud will hll\'e chllrg<. In order to ad\·erl!!'.e th(' concrrt:; Of the an work. Cla..o;.s e<.iltofS ' ' ' more fully. anyone I)u\'ing frif'�ds in Board Authot:lzes , ' senior class. Wadene Calavan; sophoan�' of thh\'isllt'd ·lown_<; Is rI.'"qUl'5tt>d m�re/""". Connl. Clumb; .nO lre,h, 10 write i�em Ihl' date" 01 lhl' chuir New L. Llbr,aty Umt man class. Stan Fries. The sports derevival In the gymnasium whe-n the appearancrs. /- lJt..J\l � alumni PUI 0;1 basket qall gamt.' The following v,ilI mak(' the trip: Work Will Begi Rev. Piepkorn, St. Louis A ay 1 ; l partments are being edlled by . Elsie � bo V uest. a r with �he pla)"('rs garbed In costURlrl; Director O. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs a Sp�akers Are � e Missouri, ; ; ; ��� :: �:;�:�� � � d I.ono. Nelsson\to Ict d to of- the " knee pants era:' Carl COltom Victor Elvestrom. manag('r and chap­ Building- Com�iUee ""? TIle business staff Includr� Harold Pacific Lutheran College and. Is arranging for this game. which ....111 erone, and members of the cpolr: As­ I be ·prellmhiary to a Junior Conferenc� trid Anderson. Mlldrrd Larsen. VI\'lnn Cons.trUCtic:lJ1 �Irst unit of Ihe ��=�: c�;:���:��� m�:���r� �nd :: Lulhernn Chur�h Lwere ' h�sts g T r I I . In "'hlch the Gladiators m('!'! game Keller. Pauline Watts. MariOIl JohnS()n eran ministers of the PaCific Aberdeen �unlor College. Alma Stolce. MfiurllJ(· Waur. Judith Ill"W bUII.dlng program for the college ns.�lstants hll\'e not yet b!'en chosen the Second Annual Pastor's Saturday aft.ernoon w\!l bt> It'atund Bensoll. Connie Clumb. Ent Gjrscial will commenc� as .�oon a� plans and by an exhibit oJ reminiscent momentos. Virginia Davis. Llnka D('Berry. Eu- spl'cHlcalions can \)(' complplrd. plcturt'S lind sou\'enlr.o: in room 113" gl'nla Spencer. Junice Prtf·rwll. Mar· board trustees mel bf'rf' last Thurs Won'( You Be where Prof. O. J. Sfuf'n will br garel Rorem. ElIz"at)eth Stuen. ESlher day to considl'r Ihf' plans which v,ere charge I)f lhe di�plny. Coffee will oe Norgaard, Beutrlce Sidders. Elsie present�d by E. J. Brcsenlann and .My Valen.t,ine Ih? program for the two-day Christensell. Romola Rust. Hl'lt'n LilJa. GeorgI' Gun' It IS {'",preted that w m r h g Atda Johnscill. Edward Machie. O('r- work .....m brgin about May l . and �..ill At Reunion �j:���f :�. O:� ��;�g�" a:·:a���I:�:� (n:S:�:::;gtl;: : �h:��l��a� �a;;�:�; hardt Pflucger. Lloyd Thomp�on. Paul cost about $15.000 i · Minnesota. Pastor C, S. Odell of Port- to or held Saturday evening at 7 p. m Blled. Jesse Pflueg('r. Roland Wuesl. This i� lilt' firSI immediate' result of Donald Mon.son. Rudy Elmer. RiChard the extensi\"(' campaign put on la�t · ·St).ol:ld· auld acquaintance bt> forgo! IImd. Ol"{>.. and Re\'erend AHhur Plep- In th:o . �a�":l.lc T�ml)le. second and korn of St. Loul�. Missouri. The St. Ht.'lI'ns. Tacoma. Wallet. Schnackt.'nbr.rg. Marvin �pnng and summrr whIch pledge� And nevcr brought to mind"?"".Tu.tt� Tlckeli; 11" 111 c<1.�t !,l .OO. �\1yrol1 KreUIrals:<, . The �cond "ShOUld auld 'acqualntancf> be forgot" s�ecU\'e.sub.Jecls for... the.lr lecJu�s . . d'cnse�vlI!e Schl�buSCh. K�nn('th for $10(1.000 ....ert' " WIII the Lutheran Church ' ler. prl;!'Sldent. 01 {fie AlumnI. AssO<'iaAnenso'rt�6N.t Grande. Ol!\"t'r Marlm- unit will sta rt liS soon as mure of the . And not be \"al(nlln�d? ' plrdgf's ha\"(' b?l;'n paid. son. and George Stuermer Ah. how r yearn for the 5en\lmental- 'Regionnlly?" : " The Pastor's Care lion. will preside toast.m�'Ster. a�ld h a th I i t h r O e r a Co trl O I -- '-�e:::� !U�:I���� ����gsl:t�o�l �rv:) :;� Ih: :uP:���OI�I: t h� c����UC�I:� �� ��::!._�;�:�: " r ;o�� ��� ���h;.r ;�� �: °L:�h:;a�"; �:U��h � :�r�c:! ����U:���t\��� ��� t�;(�(mL. \\�� �;� Ll!,theran chestnt'. Prof. Edwards directing; ,·oca.l .. Tacoma undt'r the ausplcrs or tht' th� ll..'1nds of a buildi!11t commlttl'e of are sO" sweet; I lay niy ·heari. at. your Protestantism" ; and ....'T,he solos b�' Anna Mikkel!;t'll and MIlOI,l Central Lutheran Church of which Or which Re\·. Mlkkel Lono !s chairman pretty feet"" (this Is not Lifebuoy Chureh a Sacramental Church " . and Theooore NeL<;son. dean of mrn ad'. J..anncf"er and old lace; blushes Leading the discussion on these topics Anderson: and numbers by the Monson E. M. Hegge Is pastor. Valentines Day. were Or. O. A. Tlngelstad of Paclftc quarteL Who will wear old�t1me clothes and red hrart<; Numbers presented were " 0 Filii et is Sl'crrtary-----.-February 1 4. ' Lutheran College. Re\'erend J. A. Hou- lind sing old-fashioned songs. Fillae:' by Lelsrln�: " Ave Marl5 Stella." by Greig; '"Lullaby on Christmas E\'e:' Sludenl!O Take Part Here's chance for some of you korn of Seattle. Professor J. P. Pflueg- SpI;'aker fOr the e\'er:lng Is Prof A. A. Mykland. superlntedpnt of schools alumni to get your "auld acqualnt- er of Paclflc Lutheran College. ChrL;t!anson; "The Lord's Prayer:' J. S. Bach lAir trom Suite . 0'. arrn Three'·Act Conledy ances,,' back for reunion. Send 'fm a T. T. Ove. Aberdeen. Wash., and He\'- at I�aqllah, Washington. and vice0' the college .board of truspresident R. Pflueger of Seattle. valenUne. Say:, " Roses are rl'<l. \"IOI(ts erend E. ----+ Tafl8ed by O. Edwards; orU\ a- I tlon," Christianson: " Look w . 0 " Her Husband's Wife." a comedy In are blue: I'm going ba::k for reunion. . All. arrangemenL,> for the Institute tce�. Toast.s. 10 th.e past. present, and b<> glV(fl re!<pt'CUvely by Holy Dove.'" J. S. Bach; an 'Agnw. three acts. has been presented twIce pal. aren't you? A�cr-YOU? 'And par- were made by three:· members of the fUl\lre wI.II .or. In the local gymnasium under the dl- tlcula9Y YOU?"' Dei:' KallnnlkofC. Pacific Lutheran College Board of Dean Hauge, TInge-lstad, and Stan· recllon of Ardy E. Edwards, director. Are you loslng your grip? Are you Trustees, Reverends C. S. ·Odell. AU M. ley Ford,. student body president. S er an; �e:o�:��o���� ��s::� 1 Kraabel. and L. Ludv.'1g. yI g Cadet Teachers Begin 5e�7ce :��n�� �ut���� C�;:CI� un- :� �a: �=:;�� ::uY�:�' t:c�:� h fl t ' esl a h d t I o n Spring Practice W ork ��r ;:� :�;Pi�� �� th l u a . =: � ; ';;n�:��C: �'I1� p�:!,. . d �n .0�b�a� �: : �:rl�;g ��:. �e :x:��::ga:�! ';r:: Ken AneDs�n �amed u Twenty-eight third l"ear nonnal 51U- the' play was sponsored by the L. 0, R. YOW" thoughts up In appropriate lan_ Thes'pian Pre�iden l '"TIle Choir of the West"' wUI pre_ sent n concert In the afternoon, 9:t dents have begun their cadet teaching The cast included Oerhardt Pflueger, guage (but don't get softl. and re. this week. and will contlnu� u'ntll {he Richard Brldon; Heltn Turner. Nora; member. there's nothing tender as Drama. club ncU\'lties for the spring Trinity Church. 3 o'c.lock. end of tlte SChool year. under the dl- Kenneth Antri!on. Stuart Randolph; an artlsUc express.lon aptly :Jttered. semester ha"e begun with th� electhfn New boart!.:-members will be elected. recUon of MI.s.s Johnson. Tue�. at the banque,l. TIle. present boa{d - normal super_ l1alph Sherrill. Un�le John �ldon: (For the sake of sentiment..comics and of ne�' officers Who were':'l cho.<;:n visor. Includes Myron Kreidler. prel'ildent� V·lrglnla Davis, Irtne Randoiph; and burlesques should � aVOided) Li?ender d&.Y noon. Kenneth An lSOn� Jlberal Carl �oltom. \�ce-presldtnt: Katbr.Yn Seven girls ha\'e been placed III Hor· Thelma' and old · lace; blushes and red hearts arts st.udent who '10'111 be gratluated In Danleis. Emily Dew. ce Mann ·SChool. Thty Include Norma Mu�lc wII;S presented between acts . . . don t De a back number . . . keep J�e, has' been made pre.�l:!ent. He J�h�n. secnotary. John Van LeUVUl. aPre.us. Ve�a Tegland. June Wall�r. by lh: P. L. 'C. Orchestra. treasurtr: O!ICnr J. Anderson: Rudolph send a VAL- has been unusually active In P. L. C. Sanderson: orlgln"l. be klssable . . Mrs. Jess Klas:!y; Dorolhr Thelma Ness, � Hend�lckson. Dor· ENTINE. dramatics. Lehman': Mr, J. P. · Pfluerer, facultr e t d ' I Chosen \ c ': and" Mr. Victor Eh'es­ . reprt'sentattvt �I: J= ���g�. t::�r :�I:, ��- K. Anderson de��� :n��n::! �:�r::" �;���-. �avier 'Yilt Address �OQ.Kreldler,. Jasper JOhll5OD" Amold Other officers Indude Walter ' Gople- tram, field represen.tatlve. Delta Phi President . Tommervlll:, Norman F'r)oe. Paul Blled, . Fireside on Su�day rud. treasurer, and Astrid Anderson. MrS. J� Kll'!-sey (Berdine Knutson' . . publlotty manager for' the entire ' GordOn Bamea, and OUver Lu�low are Kathryn Andtrson named presllibrarian. MI.ss Gllberison was sel:ct. 15"fair. t�lng at. Stewart' Intermediate. At dent of the �lta: Phi Kappa, girl..$· O.fflcers 9;ql !'e elected SUJ;lday eve· ed as facult.y adviser, Stanley Partland G.!&dt. �ool our eduled reslde c nlng at the 40rmltory organl:mtlon, tor the.cwrent Fi H -s h Presentation ot one-at:t plays \\'1lJ . . BIRTHDA-YS THIS MONTH Ford, .Irvin DIlmIiItl, Ha;el �P, sem�ter. She succeeds AIda.. Johnson. tor 8:30 o'c1CXk. In the re.ceptlon room. resumed as soon.as group Icaders ha\'e 01Ja iluioi Dorothy Kahppan.'" and Other officers elected at the mret· A program will follow Includlng pl- bt>en appointed, The birthday annlvtrsarys ot many Heltn s ott: and at Fern "H11I. Aloes lng last Monday 'nlght Include Mar:' apo selectlj)l1S by' .JennJe Bardon and Elizabeth FrIis head<; the stag:! and great men are celel?rat.ed In February, . c M�, Mar:I?D 'Kobler, aDd Opal garet Melver, \'Ice�preslflent; Vlvtan by Paul FossU ; sCriptur� readInG, Wal· property comm1ttle. wIth.Joe Wenber8. Among them--Llncoln, Washlnlf,on, G�. Ellzabeth FrIis. Evelyn �Ior, Ha,lI, �retary-trellSliNr; ' and frei ter Goplerud; and a lalk by Prof. J. Benpetta.1... O'Neil. and Ollvcr Ma·rt.!n- and IJicldttltally three local �lebrlUea: . aad:Wadene Calnan will be at WutJ,- chlefs. Romola Rust and Vivian D!an- U. Xavier. Jasper JOhnsop 15 the re· .son assisting.· Bob ' Michell' h81 bt>en N. J. Hong, Coach Olson. and J. O. . Urlng p�ldtnt. . \ ' I�n hOOl. akes. selected to take charge of llghtlngs. Edwards. ' �

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Hello . . . Just. PUJliil' ,out of last wee�:s hangover . . . yep. the pr:ov�Rl--leat 'Is being turned again ,', YOU'v� had rut the tests-philosophy. psychology. hygiene. Eng­ t-kmlxr 1';37 1 016 lish.. etc. . .. . but you hllveln hnd our test yet . . . Here's give the college stude:nt" fit the, . the" eXamination ....e·d (:\ssocialed. CbIle6iale Pte" Are ,you alh;t'? . If so. how did you end �f R �eourse' .. EDITORI.-\.L �TAFF do It? . . . Explain in full ,' . . Who was the'lnstlgat9r of 'that. Idea of not talking about 1\ test Just finished . _ EDITOR ' Ha1'el Hagerup Gee !i.'hlz. (,hfl.(..t.akes. away a" iellas last -consolation. you J.TOR ..\SSOCIATE ElP Nonna Pre u.s that ·}'o.u·re.in.the-�me-boat· feeling .- . . .We feer know SPORTS WRITERS - Rola·nd Wut'St. Norman Frye. sorry for Prof. PFLUEGER . . " he hRd to correet :\ Fale� Martln. of. time . cjuple of the worst papers in il.11 the FEATURES. - Marian JohnsOn. Llnka De Berry oh. 9.'ell. someone has to fill out the normal cc.rve . .. We SPECIAL WRITERS - Jack Odey. Walter Schnack­ hll.ven't Seen anyone running around h1 sackcloth and a enberg, Kenneth Antnson. Man.·ln Jerusen. black �antel. so the · gTades couldh·t have Ix>en. so bad - Elva Bergman. Ida- Men:, REPORTF.RS . we know who the . . . How.ever. ;f nescience l'!o McGall. Llewella Da\·Ie.'i. tdr. Mae Hoss. Elizabeth by Brot. . gere" la reflexive are . : . happiest people in the worl .. StUI'll . Vlrg!nla Da\·l�. which hav� berl) Eighteen new stili Ji,re We . . . rled though.P IncU lhl"nk that ·for he to . COpy. READER Aida Johnson, purchased, rroll} the Augsburg Pu'bl�h. next nIne .....eeks this place will be a san!tarlum for sufT.YFISTS Corrine Malmln. �ene <;?dell ·are: '·Quest r9r Holiness·· Company Ing with aITa�ge�ellt spechtl. (by . . . neurasthenia or ·ferers . '\LTF�LLisCH "RLES C Mrs. Ruth Franck . EDITORIAL ADVISER A. Koberle.: ··Zonl!'barl If) SO. Mnda­ Webster'sl . Promh'ent architect \\'ho !las drawn BUSINESS STAFF .., ·"Whlte unto Harvest in China;' IOU BLAB.ih! Plnns for Pacific Luther an. Col­ - - - EI�abeth Friis BUSINESS .MANAGER In Thluland': by A: . . . ·whom the imbecilic dawdler was who tried to Wonder ASSISTANT, BUSINESS MANAGER .- Lester Hoite­ ApOstle to the ChlnCSt' ·play with fire, and almost burned the building down . . . lege·s exten Sive building projeet. the ADVERTISING MAN-AGERS • Ruth DownJ,on. B. T. Nelson; ·'Sada "'very fUlUlY Joke . . . FAMOUS LAST WORDS.-··Y·ou . flrst unit of which . will be started the b .mm'"n�'" Vivian Smith ' by Parker; "Watch surely can tell the experienced blank�ers around 1ter�··­ first part or MRY. CIRCULATION MANAGER, - Kathr�li Andef"80n By"·.by E. Kuhlman: ··A HELEN HQLTCAMP . . . It.doesn'(. make any difference CIRCULATION ASSISTAN'rS - Helen LlIj�. by E. Ley;ls: ManUesto·· what you fill the bla.nk In with. she can tell . . SOme­ ·r;belma Ne!;S ' Is Chris�lanlty·· by S . NOrborg: oil!' suggested thaL· we put a few Jokes in· this dripping • EXcffANGE EDITOR Mabel Heggem ··For Belter· Not for Worse·' by Vf. A fauct't . . . Jokt' or lWO . . There ..they are. now laugh - - Mr. 0, J, Sluen BUSINESS ADVISER Maler: ··Dr. Laur. Larsen·· by Karen · and show O,ur little white teeth . . . BOP-QUET.-to Y d r ·· �,IV!leg� Da CLIFF' BRULAND . . . for all the work he·s dont' for �� . g dn• .6::: o eterythlng. we ·wnnt hlm · to know that it hasn·t gone WELCOME ALUMNI , . :�� . Mr. and Mrs. Vfelx>r Wvnstrll. Mllr- l f Promi.se br 'Ola\, " by 11. J. Skordalllvold: ·"The Clock e b t JacobS l the ent�rtalned . . ll Kar e Y l Book·· by W. Nutting; ··TIle Bible In O . \Yilh the unlHllll alumni rellnimi festivities Ta\� �::; �a�i�I��I�I: e:al t !: Club Rt th:-ir P. I.;. C ·Alumnl . t:lkillj.! plm·l' F('hruafY 01-20-21. Ihe assol'il.lted M SPOOKY . . . MOOSE . BUTTS this mixture home · last Frld!l�' evening. ·February 5. l a . Thousand. Tongues·': by Dr: O. �I lId('llls of Pucific l:ulhertlTl College nrc eager� ' I and GROWLER.. not to mentlon a few of the o�her weird �y Edgar In Seattle. Gut'sts present hl�luded NorHe; ··TIle Light of . ly uwailillg Ihe arriyul of old fril'nds and tlCSeas·' ' hAl1(f]es at lllrge . NEW BooK.-·'!'he Noise In the by SOuth · (he of Mr. and Mrs. Berger C. Nelson. Mr. I Guest ; ··Hero ql1aillla lll'l's. It is our hope Ihal Ihe IllulIlni lire _Well. well. so 'the hero from arid Mrs. Fred L"!"e. Gladys ,Knutzon . ' J G. Paton. Hugh Tolder . Hall" anxious niHI ('(Jnl'('rll(,(� ahoul rl't llrning 10 their BUIJrRun Is here Yes. for Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Flotre, John I !i:W;U:W;U:W;U:W;;U:W� . WelC()me back. JOHN . �\!Jlla :"Iatel'. / !9th time. we think genera: essay type tests are Wiese. Ola f Floe. Fred Shiel. thr . This Yl'ar, under Ihe slIpt'f\"isiuli of ProfeseR;.4J:t'st .j Here·s the prize dumb one for last week , . Knutzen lind Rolf Preus. Ski ShOff . �Ol' :\. .1. I lon'g, a special attempt hus heen made . Let·s see . . . ·R-egisWred? ave you (rgistered? . <lnd students of Ihe 1 0 ('ontad "old grnds" No. t\. dont ·thlll)l .';0. but I was down and enrolled the : '., :, fOl'lIIl'!' I'al'ific Lutherun ACl.ldclll\,. as well as . mher da.I'."- a new student The name 'of t,he topic .�O'I"lIERS • TAC� . I ill' 1Il00'(' !'t'(·l' 1I1 college ulUllllli . . Special fl.'u...... of all your disculi..�ion is LoRRAINE THOMPSON. fellas r.....r;. ,. . v '\rullnlng away The EDWARDS family seems to be !un's and cnll.'rlllill lll('uls tllTungl'd for IIi!' pr(1gralll will includc customs Rtlll rClT('utiollS reWe·re in favor of more and bigger with all the honors -�---l:roduction.'l like ··Her Husband·s Wife·· . . . Glris-do not 'Ve \ in'il tn " l'euplllre Ihe spirit of the past. t J rgl' � tll1.all l o "Put On Your Old (in'y BOIIIIC'" pntertaln your boy-friends after breakfa.% . After the Show · lilid come. against the rules . UAN c.An alulI1ni associliliolt , w('11 orgunizt'd Hnd � JACK'S GRIDDLE . .Estrom. a student here la�t Paul MR . REID WlllltS to know how man�· valentines he adi\·c!\" iull'I·l'sled ill its Alma Mui<'r ClIIt he H a����in�lI ��;�!! l\��I1t' �: 9 I 3 Commerce Sf. Tacoma, Wn. we said we 61�;· will get thL� yeaf. gOl three last time . 1"1'111 IIs�t'I 10 any school. \\'t' greatly appreciate r . t wOUldn \:� R:::n: �� t s l e ( lr ll i. I � �:� · :' Championship trophy in tm intercol- -) ) ----"" w . e : � ge� t �\: I:!s� tlti; :'�}I�� i l\I:::II�,)� ( } �::�il� w��� :,�:�t ) legiate Forensic contest ot fourteen our fair viHage to Tacoma General . . . There are too l,y lIlakillg Ih('ir Ir·uditiulls ours, ('nrrying on souther � co�leges. among which are t · · · can that ine they feel never say many pcoplG, that liU'ir (It)\n,..ful gimlilllnr spirit. I1l1d li\'ing by versl o es f U That ·s a bad habit. and we think it·s all in the heaB:- the_ Uru nit, slogan 1111':" ita\'t' Sf'1 forth: Built! for chorGeorgll!- . He- spent Chrlstmll.S in If some are so muscle-bound between the ears lhat thev . :wft' I·! . \.- t:an·t get thal Iden "lUI of their head. and are going (� Hllvllna Cuba. dip tomorrow for sure. they �ould be put In a placr Erik Hauke. ·32_. A..�torlll, Ore., Is \VEI.COME NE\V(,OM ERS� _ _ where they ca '" t together and· really enjoy-that sore- gaged to Ix> married to Lenore Chrls- t_ _ _ .... .:... _ _ � Tn yllil who an' ht'ginllil1g yUill" c"lkgt· neCk. head-ache. stomach-pjlln.�. or what have you . . tillnsen. also of A..�torla. . . gTlCvance nln't'r lit 1'. I. . C. WI· , llt�, slaff of tht" Mooring · ' to settle with MR. STUEN. be, If you have a'" ;\lasL ('xit,tlll OUI" hl'm·h· good wisht's awt ('11former a SRlve. at stUdent Chrlstene . .�ure to see him Immediately . . . ];0 our estimation, nHlnlgl'lIIt'1I 1 s ; (lUI" 1lIIIit'S fl"· \"IHII· hat)pillt'ss he ·d be- a tough .....restler m�nus tile bum knee. so don·t PO L. C.. now teaching at Vaughn. 4aiui SUlTt'SS; OIl!' fuilit ill your tins\\'{'nillg P:'l'. IS e e f hm t r v U g r �ome n I O ; . , S('H'I·UIll'l'. a lit in ·yolll' loyally 10 high prill- I a���n� ��:� �e;:�e:� C c �:� �a: �����r �:y l� O. �. �: ;��;lg hi_h��l' � I l·iph's of nHlli\"lllion. hIS removed e h If lum sporting a cane. and wondered . Al umni seen at Central Lutheran , Ihat you will ieurn to In\"(' your Ilf'W \\'c hopt d,erby�and spats before gOln.!!!" to cla..o,.s . . We kindly Church where the ··Cholt' of lhe Wes:... sdltlo�nd 10 dterish its life philosophy. It Informed our questioner that our Norse Prof. hlld a sang Ia..'!ot Sunday. February 7. were �IUlHJ� �Ir tilt' I'UUl'llliol1 of Ihl' wholt, pt'rSoll­ gam'e leg, and .lI,'as ot· the P. L. C. playboy. and did not Evelyn and Mildred Monson. Eldon IIll' itttt'lIct"i, tht' bod\", Ih(' sotil; for alih· indulge In the Parkland night-life . . , PAULINE Is a A derson, Clarence Mon.'IOn, Volborg Ihe· sperm I of Ihe prinl'ipll's ; f religion low , nice executive, Isn't she, GRANDE . . . We were really Norby, and Arnold Anderson. ) failh. ullsl'lfisllIlt'ss; for Ull ink'grated ·society honored the other night, when the Governor paid us It t'xpt'rilllt'tllal in failh nlHI. us Lignoll puis il. vISit. but some pea-brained -nit-wit ju.'!ot had to have hL� !I\"IHllllie itt fulhedv Ion' ; ahovl' nil. i l stutttls little tax-token J.oke . . . Irs a good' thlng that not many NEICHIORHOOD . a� /I rt'pn'senluti\"e -of Ch. i.'il and Chrislianity. people know who did It ror of all the ungfltttlemanly. dIs­ SERVICE STATION c('urt.eo.us acts. that surely ta.k� the cake . . . It you'd like­ . "","The bl'st which instructors at school can .. A. IvERsoN ." to come up and · see lIS sometime, we've arranged a fine Smart Style� for do is gh·e yuu the best information you can ob­ bunch of adjectives ror you . . . H·s disgraceful. and Ladies and Men lSO\ so. K st. Tacoma. Wn. thill, but you huye to picture . for yriurseJf what someone ought to be trMbly ashllmoo! ! ! SEW LE.U.-

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Lo�gvlew. eyes nlne.polnt margin' IIn� hlln�ln �hea see.snw�. back and- forth, clf c Lutheran PH l squad a 47-3� , sel :��y.t:�:��!��:into b�h�th�P�:::;' !05e ��ond pl!!Ce hl�t. �eek. shoo�· =d:I��'. :;:O:i:,::��:��s;:e ;:: :-����e� s:�r���.����:�.el::r�� bIlC � �ed�f'"�ay nlghl. February 3. bunch. To-a'ard the mlddle �f the first lng, 17 p:Jlnts agaln�t Yakima. Hal NI!" shIHl, eS]! paupe�in Ha...a� I ,saw 'Palace. Balboa PaIAc'e, and �lumbU6 o �. ' ret'l. howe\'lr, the loe&ls rocated ·the sen. local .��ar. holds third. place with t�em . 9,.11 at Ule djwn C?f t.he yea,r....:they cathedral where !.he bones of the great l�e f�:t h�� ....'as· -al'l Luth ... will be �n �e s"!tle at ila close. and explorer once .reste<!. . regularlt,y. to make the· mid,. 54 JXI!nts.. , . ' ·hoop with .....ith the locals OUI-plarlng.- outsco���;' game . ewise elsewhere· In the world. . Tllt're are :;.Igns of recem trouble In_ count 26-12-.:.., . Leadlng' scorers III tt:Je conference l�I To Rnd oIiLChN.'klr..g their hhJhly fa...ored climb a mount;ain of marble stairs Cuba. Soldiers �rade the streeta: are' opponenL", The naif time scort' litood , � GamesPolnta withln· a palace. ov�rhung by almost practically every .day· see'S ceremonies lit 24-15 for the Gladiator.<. The prh,eless chandeliers ap,d leading up of state at the .pa.iftce. Sections of the 4. 6il //� . Case. St.. Martln'S PArkland bob' attack was led by Tom. into ��r m where �n� Is sur- city ,are war-torn. Political unrest Is , mervtk. forward. and Nll�ell. cenl('r. spell'eer. Lo�er. Coiumbll'- 5 59 ' . and '\. rounded a .suooperabundance of .ter- in Hallana. the capital of the Cuban with Chef Solie a formidable bulwark M I. Nilsen. PacUic Lutheran rUic e.xtratiy...aganC«! and therA...,to nhd rep,ubllc. . on defen.'1' n�r(.\ :I 5 . Stoddard Grays Har� unworthy men and women decked in Except st 'Jor . 8 ge shows the Cuban In,the lieconC\ half the' Ch',ney boys 43 -...... Tommer�k P L C / ·the most expenslv� ::> H. and' �g theatres Show Arne�n pictures alchanged thelt t.actlcs and began scor- During �� . 35 riotously the creamnnery the seco�d canto th� Luth" 0llUsple, centraJia . of . quality. an� m06t exclusively. "'The ,actors $pC8k ing and chccjllig' the way ' that has eram-alded 35 carelessly-caases.one ,sensation. ·And E.ngllsh and M·they talk the Spanlsh ng of Smith. Orays Haroor brough.t \h�m victory O\'er mOs� of the Beanpoleby thes stta.rp-shooU Harbor '28' then to pass ttowrt the narrow street./! ("{J:ulvalent.nashes Spanish print on ' nfUsen and Mc- .Ouerl� . Grays their st.rong opponents this �nson, Led Kayo-piled upTwin Into the.sl� w�ere fellow men suffer . bottom 'Of the inpicture. 26 18 more �Ints to pub Connor. Cent.ralla . - . The flash-�y Eustace. Cheney'.'; six fool. nille Inch . � at III paid �lIb;?r or lead degrnd.lng lI�es the Gardiner. L!lwer Columbia Ice. The lead of the Glads ing ad...ertlslng tr;lcks look very queer center II.ho scored' 12 points In (ht' the game ronthreaten e e leaves 8 quite f another ImpfflJduring he ed guage, gn and .1 somewhat l I����l :�i�:c::e�:��to;: 'k��� \:e .��: : :: �:l�� , �ee:;l��:� �e����:' £ "t . ;lo�� � �dl: i:�:� r 3 23 r 23 /"'nd to be politely Ignored or plainly . Theu street./! are'narrow and the -"IdeScoring honors were dl...lded among Brickey Mt Vernon It'ad. 'snubbed in the light of day 'by the walks so small that one IlUlSt flatten P L C and Gil- Gilliam Yakima Valley The Lulheran strolll� detenS(' of �CKay and Nllst'll of aggregation. ultra-rich and at t�e same time to be II-iainst he. wall when a street car 22 each Pazerlch Yakima Valley the ftrst hnlf was hampered b} 'he lillm of the10 eastem 22 Cllnonlca St. Martin's pestered endlessly with ragged UJ'Chins rushes by.t Everyone speaks Spanish. JXIlnta fllct that Nilsen ';.as tagged wUh three collecting 21 I Brown Grays HarBor and beggars for money makes one ask Storekeepers keep two sets of prices.-: Il,ersonal fouls and ....as forced to go Summary 20 what It Is a" about. But that Is not one In English for unwary tQ�r1st.s, the (21) Yakima Lu� St Martin s lightly as fllr a... che:klng \\IIS con· P L C (44) (2) Roberta I � Tommervlk (1) F for natives, Oh. one, cC"med 111e locals ....ere held to three , beIn Spanish l othe,r Clem , n Leask :P In quba! 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one out of e\en fifteen coHege stuearning part of his expenses I dt'nts s through employment'''\n the NYA progTllm That Is the claim of AUf rer WIlliams. administrator ot · the�atlonal YO\\.th Administration: The(��dent aid prograDl hIlS expanded\ t6 inC"iude 15.E17 . 0" st Udent:> and' 8;4 mole colleges _ '-l�otal and unh'ersltles. Inclu�d In ( .. I -!,.- �' \ ;.: _ I of 124.818 stude�ts and\ 1.686 lrut!tu� Clons. . : 'UndeT&rnduates make up the bulk of . k the N){A list with 119.583 draWing . monthlY checks. Graduates n,um,ber - , At the class �oom entrance he goes 5.235. , Of the $1 .869.143 allocation for , Into a huddle. with others oC his klnd·-. student aid last December. $1 .770.533 :=!:t r::ln! ��::I��s ;:=�' �:;. was for undt'rgradulltes lind $98.610 for 7 t gr The last bell rings. A\·en6Student �I����� sUi ted that $309.498 more I.'a.�ts a fleeting at the footnot.e on pllge WIlS expended for NYA projects In De79. und crosses the t.hresho!d. cember 1936 than for the. same m"O!lth IAuthor's nO,te-Scene is omitted. of 1935. b�' !>pec!al request of the Humane 50- 1 Exactly 98 per cent of U. S. Institu. l ion:; are participating in ,.he student ("let}". c_ ____ . _ _ _ _ _ -==-:.:; id prog�m. said Williams. To be el� the college or unh'ers!H' mus�. !gl!)l!.' non-profit-making and tax exempt be PARKLAND GARACE . Shell Gasoline 'and 001 : This embrace:; practically every d('· gree-grantlng. Institution In the counDependable Greasing I tr�� GE NERAL REPA I R M regard tQ the fears expre I the time of·the NYA's establishment In the summer of 193� that It WM '"an on nl g �:I �f t�����C�� ��1 �l;�:�� (" -, IIams declared. . �. n l h e Pl:!�; a! ��: � h� ::!I:�� oot Interfered to any has NYA P---'---4--___-I- , way whatever with matters of currlcula ·i---"--"----·--....---!'I or ad@ln15trajJon, and the actual PARKLAND BARBER SHOP Ing of"tKi'prOgram in each has been left enUrely In the P.frDni.. Union 8ub.r Shops the InsUtutlons' own authoHtles. G. P. KNUDTSON. Pmp "The fact that appro�mately 98 Parkland. Wa!oh. The bell rings A\erllgestudent starts and looks about dazedly. as one summoned from ·dlstant places.• Slo9.·Ir., he gathers up his storehouse.� of know!t'dg�. and wendS Qls way to the door. and Into the hAll.

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"7h(' Young ld('a, " three act,com- . l'dy by Noel Cowar.d,' wLIJ be 'presented '. �ArJ�' In,Aprll by tn�e Parkland Dram-� IIlk Society, .\\',lIh ·Mrs. Ardy Edwards. Con\E'nlion t{,l Oven Murch 5 at Cire'us Theme '''ill Be .C;rTied .Concordia Coll,eKe; Prof. directing. Mrs Eleanor Barotfskl L� . Out With Parade. Side Shows. Ung�the director. 3ssl5 �'f1ueger 'Viii Speak �\ cts and Concessions The' play, Is an EnglL�h story with Inlrigulng pl9l based upon a com�fargarl'l Rorem left Tncoma Under the general , management of' pllclI.led- marriage situation. CiaTt'nce I�aln on T,lesday eyenlng to I"t>present Helt'1'l Holtcamp: the AnnUli] sprIng M:ll1son. as oeorie Brent. plaYV"'1:he bfo�t'rlt ('nteTtalnment for .the College P""III, LUI,h ' ,-n .. ' thQ� ....�"\'ell . .. COII-g-" -, male h,'lId as the husband In tht' .story, , I l o le('n'th annlftll Lutht'ran Studfnls' Un· Hi� 'c,hUdrt'�, Gt'rda and Sholto, are .��:�:� lSpr� �� e�����n: :t�ji:�� po?rnyed by �irgl�lia DaviS and George lOll COIlH'ntlOli for which t.ht' . .o'clock. This rear the carnival will be Johnson, Evel�'n Syverson as Jt'nnlfer: elated studt'nts of CO",OrdIR Collegt', known Lh£' "Sag Sircus;" and w!Ji .. and Ruth Pad·ness.. as Clcely, take the . '' Moorhead. Minnesota, will be h06L ld pa a . parts as Brent's ttl'st and second whes: ROREM IIELES HOL�CAi\1P MarCh 5-1. MisS" Rorern was ch06en ,��o�':�!�:�de\�I�'le, c�n :_:�e�n� : ' res]>t'Clively. Other charact.t'rizaUons -Cut Court.t'IlY News·T'rlbune I from Ii gr-o.up of tell stu(it'nts SUggt'5tN.! floor show. The adm\ss� . � rlct' will , ATe 'played by Thelma Daniels · a.s Prl-" DY 'the faculty. and submille-d'lo stu , I be tweilty.fh·e cents." cilia; Walter SchnaCkenberg: Claudt' dt'nt \'ote last TUesdar:noon, lnclud t'd ' ork A d c on t t o . De b'aters at W Eccles; Mr,;. Harold J. �raas:'Julla; Graduates to Hav�. also In th(· group wt're Aida Ja"hnson. bt' �h� ��c���� �� a �a ��v� :u::� ; ' I Q -· 0 V n Ita uestIon Mr. William .Gregory, E\LStace; Helen Eva OJ£'sclal' Otis Grandt' Jasper nd k o Holtcamp, Sybil; Gaty "'?flueger. RodP'�"rty at R. alnler Jollll);Qn - ha Knut.son AIVI� ogan, �an ��:�� b� ;:�:::� �:�� t��i;��� R . �he par��e. Vot('s wiJ1 cost each voter u!�:t'Il:.:y�t�·i\\lsle t:�; t!�e���:� a:� ' �:��, �:�;�,h::����. Hiram: Rnd Skl-mlnded senlors will Ilave An op_ I �:n� � :U ;;�;r�fl�::;n\\��dat7('�:d r 01 l this group ' prt'sldent of' portunlty to· put some of their Rctl\·lt�· .Clarence is' Q a..� a l' e llngs the debAte squad. which Is com' l' lIIlo�l' alreadr Rls thc m �1��;: �:���\'Il!e llumbers are being planned to foJJo�lmmedlatelY after �the�·��: T�:e�::���onf��r dt:b('al:-a��:: :�n��£,�p�:ln�a:·:II��d.W�e��c:�·g�n.�;� ������esCI��o J�:���;: �h��e ��U;lr��� �!Wakt'� Plann� Conff�nef .[ ::.: ��rea��o:,�t��pe:h�.�thth:rsem:·I\l Ja� the Junior coi!eges of tht' state th�s Is .�ecretary. and Helt'n HoltcAmp" ad · o.� SundAY, MRrch 14. C:het Solie. AI- A pres.� conferel)ct' of. the Prcss �, � n e co U e O v � t l e c h n : L S mission charg£' The next �eature ��I�': \ h���.� r �� �:� ���i:�n:t \\�:�� \':�:���l� :;a;! ��t��:s��� �:e v.�� ��IS°��: :0I�1�lt�:C 1�:; �:�l���l :� �:C�:�:�g 1�ld �� :���Ul��:�t': ::lt��:�� . � TIIngemen�. s " f �IO - I Uvitr will appt'Rr In later productions. ntion will COn\'CllC Friday moru�/l�;��� �d: �:�s ��� a:�11 � o:: findr maximum hour Iflws.� I Trnnsl>ortat ion '"for t,he grQup In I cOI1\'elind \\hen A capabl£' afternoon mil Other booths Including Ic£' crt'Rm alld P ill Pflueger... debate cuach hasl I the hands or Vern Blttt'r Ken Anen- journal bt from the UniH'rslt) of Mlnother eats \\ilJ be a\alla ..le throughout sl'lected the�... squad \\hll�h inclu(",es Junior Guild t\1eluher!; CalCli Helt'n Holtcamp Rnd Wadene 111 prt'sent a critical SUrH'} Ilf son o ta \ \ Il a Luella Eliza. Hoss } Mil. Iqa lil's D the t'\enln Various classes are to H.ave N ove I Proerant '" l f n ov embe l P ha\e Charg! of the refreshments The I beth F'rIL� �ft::aret Rorem EmJl �I� �li::: L � S� oop�:Sld� �e� ���I � led � ) � ��: H ;;g£, � �efl�� \��:C:� follo"lng ha\e been appomted to direct Smith J,lslmf !ohnsoll L£'st£'r Hol{e !l" .. U elf flist aUllunl Rtralr hI the affalr gen£'ral commlttt'c Helen and Glen G�ta!sOl� the "Tr:nlt} Jumor Guild 1m !ted fill �'�ddIQ;alt Schnackenberg And Oli\CT �Il:: c:��I;��IO:lhe follo\lU\g outline Hoitcamp Margaret Rorem �tty I In th£' community to Rttend a fnends a slight dt'partuf£' from (ormrr rn r . �l W I l S. U. delegatiolls' are especlah �:��c·�: �ne��t�� �::: l:Y ����::' l Nt·� G irls f� r{' Fe�d , ��dBltr�I:.�ap�t'��ttl�'ac� ::o�:� :; ,�e;:.:��, Irish Affair---1oPlan,nC'1i - Iyyt'ars. to Rrrlve at Concordia. thiS urged i ' I I n o a E n n parane commlttef', Belt�' HalJ. Marie v r ..-I . '� ill .. e l � Entertainer:) for eneh monlh were : I' or Dornlitory Girl:-o year In time for six o clock InfUl'mtJ ' Wenberg. June WaIH'r. Bob MitChel. l . �hman �,-, · Helen Holtcamp for JanUlI.,ry: who read ft'llowshlp to be ' held tl)(' 'nr,�t glrl� \\ 1'1 1' Cnlert\llnt'd In- "'Rheumatism·'; ' Rolf Wlprud; \'aude\'\Ile. Waden£' Cal- I rormally .. ··The Star Spangl('d Delt1l Phi Kappa girls "'; 111 bc £,\.enlng In SthUIJper coil('ge dining hall This Thur�da�· . e"cnmg: February BRnn£'I'," was sung by the whole party entTh£' erLalnl'd avan, BO.b Svaie. Connie Clumb. Fales 51. Patrick's tea 0 1 ' I!. pia n'd s� that \"lsitin!; and' local at a rec£'Pt.IO�: room when lhl' ror February; Rosalie Jensen sang March 16. f<.or which thc Delta Rho1 I � �� Martin, Kcn An£'nson: M!lf\' Jenson. I 18�h, ��l l�{, CJpb at thl' . \Iell host� for a so· Wh ll Irish En's Are SmHlng"' for Gammas wlll be hosts In the eollei!e s ude mal' 1;('\ acquainted Stan Ford: side show No. l. Gllry PHue-. P,t rliOI ,lIlt}which t' Junior Guild girls grn'e an rccreatlon rooln. Louise Williams is ve ou h'aturcd a number of "'March: geT. \\'altefl SchnackenOt'rg. Bt'atriee 1 cml ithour ��h ����.elltlol1 thNlle will 'or' "'Ad­ ' L.ellilld. Eug£'niu Spcncer: side show ! :��; 'l�� lk� by 1'I'I110r girls ;ll1d group., April skit : Mrs, C,_ O. Olson sang sprIng chairman of the affair , : Dlsclpl£'shlp:· based �n Ih(' No, 2, Manan Danekas. Kayo Johnson, I l sonil� for May RIUI JUIlt'-"Songs My Nev('l!a Ross. who Is plal nlng the i ventu;o�s , text. John "'VI' did not chooS!.' Paulinc W.Iltts. Clayborn Wilkens: : El ia Mae Adams phl�'P<i pl.ano Ilum- Mother Taught Me" and "'Me and My program IlllnOUnC£'s that It wll!� Indud.) me � "' The Inu'ndC"d purpose ()f fl�r show. J�dy B(-l1l'on . RIHh Watney. b("�S a\ the �egmn.l1lg. of th£' hour Lil" .Ba:ou··: Rosalie Jensen led the i�urprlll� numbers by the followlnr, lhe .lh('me ttl... emphnslZl! 'st'llu\1w.' I W:\del�l' Cala\:111 diSCIL'\Scd drnmH ac - audience In singing "'America the Beau- l glrlS who rul cl�l� to be pRTt IrLsh : dynamic. and . Bibli.Cat Emil Smith. Chr\sliRn 11\'tl\ll1l� of tht' college. and Louise Wil . tUul"' as a July number: Walter Ida Mae Hoss, Maurine Wade, Mildrt'� In and lhe rcsponslbilltles of ChrisIiams .sPOk� lIbout the ,Delta .RhO �aln'". Schnackenbcrg repre: wl!-S nn August Janic£' Peter�n. Vlrgln�a Larsen: . .tt:�s In this present age,-a cull 10 . Tacoma t·0 . PreSen t m" Glr!..s athlrtlCS \\('re I'XPlaln�d u.' sentalh'e, PlaYlng plano solo, ,"Slm- Da\,Is. uewClla DaVif'S,' Wadenc Cala- young men-i\nd wornen who d£'Slrt' mi. . , I Lo, ul!((, ' Hendrickson. a!ld schOOl ,pub- iltudc"': "', Seho:>1 Days·' for S£'pt.ember van. and N{'\'clJa Ross ASLl'ld- Ande�- elllure that Is r£'al, I , olr Famed Ch Group ilc tlo s by ,,Hazel Hngcrup, "Kat hryn W;IS sung and, enacted by Palri<:la son and Agl1('!';, Mohn are as�l. sllllg on v First Sf"SSlon Friday E\enlnc., ' ' Alld�r:;on ctl�cll�!'l'd coUeCt' orgalllZa- Boynton and Helen Ramstad. Marlon tht' program committee. , I . '"Thc first gi!lierltl �es.sion wiJl ')0.' OIl(' of Lh�' out.5tandlng sprlllg , mU�I- 1 lions., . Danekas plRyed a clarinet �lo for Ce- Oth£'rs who are working on the affa.ir hcld Frldav I'\'enlng. Immediately after C�l t'\·{'IlL� �c:led�.Ied, for Tacum :,I� Followlnl! , !,t' (al�' till' gmll]J sang tober. and .No\'cmbt'r was. reRresente}l are Eveb'n Taylo;>r. [)Q�oth r KaPl):l.hn: l' fe\ tht' . IOW�hIP suppcr, when n.e,'. A. , . , hl.'rr of tht' l, am . popular soncs \I'ltll � Odell at th£' by a no\, elty number. a "Cumzooka Enid Blake, refreshments: Betty Evan- th, l)�ol1 bt til(' nppl'.u anc · E Ha , ' of SI, Puu!. Minnesota. wcll SI. Olar ChOIr \\hJch ,I� maklllg pillno, by thc two "'Texas Rangers." son. Signe Mitlstattcr. Lenof£' Withrow. known ih student and Bible c1lm�) wenty-second annual c�ncl'rt tour. b:' - l A mar!';hmallow toast brought the du£'t \ ·Neli closed Mar the entertaln-· decorations; H('nri!!tta O . Virginia Davis y �-rOUP5 will li the m('ssagl: 011 . .... ... glnll.l'lg r-.'1nrch 28. . The Hin£'rary or Lht' hou. to a clost' . Helen Holteamp fond ment 'hosenbrillDiscipleship." l ta Brones, Im " Plunkaehlc, and Janice with a reading entilled _ t� ' ' M C Chris (·holr will Includt' SIXh't'1l wcstern cHIe:>. Louise Hendrickson w('re hostesses ror Nt's ·Plnk Pil!..s." after which refresh- tlons: the D. R. 0, oUicers compr�l c "'Fo!lowlng tht', r('gular L. S. U, busl, \ l Ic menis were served. 'the clean-up .commlttee. . ' ness meeting 'Saturday morning, thc A�{'5 :�::�:�tr:� �:;�£'r:� c�r�� ·�:: th� affa ir . Chapl'1 period and. the hour fol�owlng Tacomr" Therc \I'11! b!' 'a rOI1 Ct'rt APril ! ''''Ill be tRken Ill) by a gen£'ral session. ( r o nd S da I Rev J P pfluecer of ?acHlc Luthera'l :t'r�:a� �::�� � a� Me::} �:Jl vU:lI- I Com'ge Parkland Wa.�hlngton \II \erslt) of Washington Seattle In thl' to a stop before the church tionaI and rcfnshlllg As �£' z.ero stomach may begin a rJgorous l'am_ earr� on the conH'ntion thtme spt'dke\ enmg the choh \l IB sing at the th('Coming big bus marked Special IS SOD!] hou,:- approaches last mlnuti Instruc- palgn of protest against such orgies lng on This Discipleship Cannot Sf' Armon In E\£'ntl and follo\\ mg the belching forth £'xuberant boys IU}d girls lions are ghen as to the correct Risle but one doesn t cross future bridges Lhed Without Him Dr SH'rn' NorTacoma concert they "III be heard on tousled and mussed from restlessness to b(' trallSvers"d In "hat place the with lemon pie In \Il'\\ During th£' - (Continued on Pace 4) th£' nlghl of April at thc Portland dllrlng the long ITiP They g-alh.-.r basses are to 'ndd a crescendo and repast and for a "hlle th('reafter the CI\(C Audltorl\lm al l b sundr p er r Regi lralion Totals l d r t' � �::� l: :�;ht:� t�!�r �:� : �� �e�::�� l�:�" Arnn,;ed :;:��\:r:! �o� �:r���� ;!�I��n���; Ticket Sale� Begin bus Each pair of partne� gathers Its The game of picking out one home Washington geograph) The a\erage Reach Highe!'it Marl... tc g a C ad g l or e n o a . For St. Olaf CO llcerl ��� �: c��r�: :��::l�t. �t��� ��:S�:�ti�! ��� :�t�::: �x;;� �: :�;':�IJ��� :t ��� � £'�:���t': T)}e largest t'nrOlJmen� In the hlsooF}' .{"s�udenL� wishing to ' tnake reserva- Insufferable los.s It would be If churches antly about the housing chairman, anc1 that swimming In salt water does not of Pacific Lutheran College has been ' without basements! Fortr choIr mem�rs, bag and baggage. are necessarily mean ca\"orling caprIcious- aitained th!s semester, accordIng. to retlons_for the St. Olaf chol.r concert to wt're bUilt are presently ·engaged In ,de- huddled together, wondering how they I,y about on the billows of the PacUlc ports from the registrar's oWce. , be ' Iven Aprfil 5, should make them at mouths o \ a lg m e eI l t oot dellc\(�llS meal and one will ' fare th!.s. night. :r,,;o 'by two they Ocean, �!tat Spokane is Ilot 1iubu�'b ' on!, for the st'ating capacity of the ' �!! ro: :�r:h��: ;: l�c�:���f �; .:� Central Lutheran c:urc� is IImlt.ed 10 �:�� :�:::;�:n�:� �:�c�=t��� ��e �����t t:f t���r :n�:�,�rYa:;��� �;c�:�'�:l�' aa�!I:l��� �h�1 �·o:s��� cent t ered last 302 reg!..s o\.er the t.emes1 �;�O�d:: :x) :;� ���' ::S$t� b:"f'n ,an e\'enl of the past fo� onl}' ex]>t'Cted !..s In the alr. -One nev<!r s!onarles and preaChers· wives. ter. The greatest> Increase was made se f e Conve�Uon G0e5 On about three hours and ha.s matched In knows just what kind of people. his apparen� 'by, the l1um�r 6f new stuande $seats 1.05. �he forfuer price IncludIng the bo��\1�ess or the host may be or: wha� nature of . cottage Suddenly durlng 's lull In the con- dent..� registering In. the frcshmRn .noron elther . balconY or lowt'r e\·�ry sid nO;lr. and �e latt.t'r. priCe, the middle �:��:�tSO::a\nd�:::;;iS:�e�rot�' :: �:U:=�O�ve�h� h:�tedl��:;��� �:�:O:'n� ��:P:x��a��:t strikes the rna!. and freshmad liberal arts classe s, , secUons. nearest unocctipled chair or bench and rivlng at the home, .one ,is tllken to htl " 1 have a friend whose broYier-InNOTICE , a h m h s T m a ' Meeting �t �ight :�::;c�:�u!��:�:;,o�:!e :� �:�y �o� : �� �f:�e j�!�l.rl�g� :\\�:��n�;� � :: �o:�e�; � PI�.s �: ':�o::a:_::� 1nR�e �::..:� : : e I rc h n . 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TO PACrnC LtTTHERAN AC.\t?EMY. COLUMBIA LUTIiERAN COLLEOE, ' and . PfeIFle LUTH.ERAN Coi.IIE�E PubU&hed every two weeb durin&: the school year ""d J. O1l8 N. ',By 'h�le ... a for family happy bta: One by the students of Pacific Lutheran··College. ' � Syne . - TelephoM: 'OArlnd 0517 Oftlce:' Room 115 w�'(', II;. That means the P. 1.. C. sollg TUpe: Auld Lil(" brds Aim thr singl;lg were The)' . . !!ubsCrlpUon PrIce---ll.OO .per Year l, . met, deAr friend5..both young and . Entered as second claM matter. October 2. 1925. at Mater wh{'n they'left Parkland, and Well WMbInK.ton, the Post. qrnce at Parkland, had volet' t'nollgh lert \0, be stili 'at It Inold, ' hAll! tn13.. under the Act Of March 3, 1819. when they returned. nOlle the .....orse . -ns betterourbyfesth'e fl!r thin ruddy gotd . "for the.wear and tear. . i!-nd aU. ont' you, met!t To . For tho.ose of you .... ho have not had-iii OI al d c ' i r ��� !;·..,�iC:�eO��uC·�18�·� 1 O , ; � I: � :� = ' :��� : � tjr-:!� �'��r�'�gS::� :�t� : :u:r �:�t �;: ;;� ��:;��,� In tour: byabU$.n Cll\lO'llll$ll YOU\'yrese�ce nigh. your .(rlend!>, eyt' Mcmber. IQJ60 101.7 eh·anlcal. contrap�:on with an engine In It. t'nRny choir J�ollatr' bunch ple,al\ure--by IIvtni In a sultca.'K', Are precious In our s,&ht, I'Issocdtjdeoue6de Pre" �yS /pr.onounced 'Choir', were dublow as to the out- ?ne tlmaglne tne interesting Well mei., dear friends, both young, and to gam scan't can come, but It ""as a great trlp,_ OregQn City .seemed ,orlglhate as "bottoms l STAFF EDrTOnA� have talten the cake for preparing nne dinners , , , But � � {':It: �jan:� old, " or " tq wtth EI?rroR Ha:zel Hajerup Is unaccustomed to :11:; ��:�u� ' est u \"i Roland that think_ we don't our f6tlve' boa.rdl b puff. .�urr, wher:e.all MaAround � ASSOCIATE EDITOR Norma Prews y'�I� and TIItL . . You �Idn·t . get your . wlsdom,.oft reLold. .. Tut� . . g n, l Publlo.sp¥k. ' powde .feast , . l!'!'Ye, SPOR.TS WRITERs - ROland WUtst. Norman t; p � . and red l'1Ibbers .Rlchard':' The . , . you OtItpoured! did feet ""et our at Be ' Fales Martin, everything nne except that any �;e,s�k �aswansot8C=0=�'��h/b� 'For: P. L. and C. L. C. e�joyed He . . . twelve site FEll.l11RES - H&rIan Johnson. LInka De Berry . ' . bit f d �a. a smatterln·g of melo- Clasp Hand!; as P. L. C. In the morning o'c1ock U\'e after he sleep couldn't SPECI.«rwRITERS - Jack Odey, Walter Schn&ck� '. No, �.... GjHdal dldn't lose ' her vo·i&r.-'he. just doesn't d:a;a a�'tl en . In brotherhood. for public good. enberg. Kenneth Anenson, Marvin JeniSen, say much . . : Aqcordlng tD Vie ElyHtro....U�e choir :'sb�1 Ima�lnc. o�� :�II����m;I��· . 1000t Urutlnt.ed. full. and free. REPORTERS - Bin Bergman: Ida },4en. Lavaun . . : sung by Romo�a R�t� . Corvalllll. Qr.egoil. The rain �' M rain. joy earth" o� all the be th' e MCCall, Liewella IAn'let Ida Mae Hoss. EII:zabeth �rtl't . - , We n· bet t at Ing very heavily wilen Rudy stArted Our a�nt· friends, panfOn:"lme a became Spence Stuen; Vlrgtnla Davl.s. Rod,. "I)R a11 of four�otes at the concert In COrvallis and old. for his h�n� home from dowr. town. . Both youpgthey' Aida Jo� coPy READER all wel'e here! BlOCkS and blocks he ..:alked. found Would that . , Cornne Maln)\n.· Irene OdeU TYPurrs graces manifold, their mlss . WI': A , , himself wrong �he or. avenue nd . Mrs, Ruth Franck EDITORIAL ADVISER their cheer. and laugher Their ni ,went back down town and sl:trted l .. ' , know where'er they go BUSINESS STAFF ' �'":,,-o . SUlI we old . , .ol'er again. Was Rudy nll wet?, ll But_ . C.. L, P. BUS�NESS MA�AOER - - - Elizabeth FriIs . 10\'e They choristers rhe readln a started . ASSISTANT BUSrNESS MANAGER - Lester Holte club aboard the bus Grande Jus: And "III Lonlght with all their !lught , . . BOVQVET.-to ;\Ia m 'EI�tT1)1n-01l general f:;�n- adores jubilee her ,"ell Help ��T��ft� �tANAGERS - Ruth DowntA;h, �e" s. J reading docsn aloud he t e ('Iples, long,su'tferlng patience.'and all-ro.und sweUltude · And �uch Intriguing subject maHt'r' . . Almll. Slolee �how agnln thL� year . . \.(d<!C ) We certh A E nd P control Of course It just one of th� And dear friends talnl}' hope that U.le pitch-engine will b"e under ��:������ ��:S:�TA�.;sKI\_ ��le� ��: Both young and old ne the by . . LU dldn't lose her things bUl has anyone noticed the , honks! It , . . trip t x are one tonight, Thelma Nes.ot ...:;core of .new romances that bl05- We all \'olce but she. got the flu, cllT-slck. and topped It orr by half CIt and Oo�r ' d ;o Mabel Heggem EXOHANGE EDITOR ? on m tri d le Tral' sln�-l\lng the ll i!' � hl\\'lng sit-down strike At. the last concert . . . Wonder n w�� r:���; �: :�I;:� . BUSINESS ADVISER - - - Mr. O. J. Stuen I o a h t h ' s ! 1.. C.. dear P. L, C.. P. Dear up e pulls l hard . �::�1t ��C���� : � � � J :��il:� : � : � l �� �I�; _ u I h � �;rt ��;:� :.� :'�::n:�� or ' forward. ,trOlig and true arl. our genial driver, must HCOOS March ATTENTION, STUDENTS off the �tAnds. had hill go.....n tramped under foot by a �a"II!.'l C�: '" ' t "' e G II l ' od h e l�r � " "' L' Rr}' l d q s U ' k ' G ' I '' a��o ' ·" C " c ' _: ' 1.1Iu: r. lUrch , :� el � , r)'Ol e sent awkwllrd k into ' His fullowt· , l ' d o ., oP d " I , , g I h,, f _"""" I b'.I h , o , II ,ou pJ..., .nd do, 1':." ,. 1 , ." l'm' :1 I II liS' I'HII{' III{' 1';) II ICJ arllls IS. cOIl\'ulslve hee-hnwi-ftlld all this after all Inslllring Hand it to Eddlr Machl(' to lose hn sl lU lI l!t'l l hy l ilt· Saga slarr fur sludents I I lIilll I /,umber , . , The we('k's screwiest gag goes to Ed"'ard_ I a . IIipi,. ('HIIII'I':is ill all din'l'!;ulls and sholll pit-- while l'idlng :llor.g In I h(' bus. he notieed a warning sign . ::� l��n;�� C:i�: 1�:;l I��'ea�_ b�:I�lt: Chapel ,Gleanings Kn t.so 8 I IlIn's ,.f sdIlHll lif{'. �III(' sp,,jls , ,( whi � 1 a't� l pUl on the l1ighway b>' lhe sta�e . , Rlghl nway he sald :�!� \Is :d:: �/I�I �� �;� .... nll kilO,," j . Chr IStlRIlI:} I:anOl �um:n It is � p IH ('('d i l l III {' Colkgl ' ali/ilia!. 'I 'll (' nlll is hl!H ,.d � ;�����:;; ��::'�t:"�w I hi\Vet1't seen" . the l I e \ll Tht' gangs lOOkllt8 for\\ard :lTl I 'lg:lin. IT! Prof Pflueger e\eltl hetter \rip Ilext lIm(' \\hen lh(' Snapshuls an' ilililllah' <IlItl h"lIId,' hO Il U' �� . �;,\J)-IIE.t:D.I� the lillie thlng!\ in life that ill I ltt' S.I'IISI· ".f I �{'illg pt,,.son.:d, illfo,. ;I \ :l1. Th[';'\ ·f 4:1�\,:IO;o;li ��I\tl.h�:st:�10;1�'I:::�1l�0����hthfl���eal;�;� :';; �:\:l�l�� :Ug:�:�� :lIId tht' brl!'f't.1'S .cOU�l I I (" .11l IlrllIg St11T111g" lIH'IIHI1'U'S; plt'asalll n'tlli- J.:f'ls tuu nlce to �t!l�' In during all evening? Dr T!ngelst.ad I I In America heathen:! Ilre b� ,----1,'I'as- ' IIIS,·t·III·{·S; allllisill,!! Ihoughts. Th('y ' . cholct': III Africa. heatheR.' ure ber.� ' . 111't·S. I call."" of lack of opportunity." rflas Ht·,. f'w_'t, RPII '! I Tlwn' at·\, Ihings will all !'I'nll'mlwr 1"1'11111 n e\' .! IBy �ssociated Collegiate Pres.� , ..' " III' sdlt, : '1 tlays ",!.Iidl an ' 1II" IIIghi IlIlly ,'agllt'n Z;:�:I�d. ��:� ��I�� I day." a In smashed be can "CilarActer I cause g ill l e e f siMer" blg " That I.\" III mind Iilrllligilolll tltt' y,'ars. :'-olan., tltillg:oo I d tl,) � �' I \� ...., . .� � we Unl\'erslty of Wisconsin [;Orority girl '"Teach us to number our days will hi' rorgutt{'JI. :'-o latly fri('lulsliips lost.· :'-01;111'" TII.I. SOW._ ! !IIal' u.�e t�{'m unto wt�om," " a 10\ of embarraSSlJlelit. recently · .... n·l\{'s Illlli,·iatl'd. ea u , al y c 'It lot Iruer than )·ou think. she.no_ began elnss lecture a Before Hul tW"', walll lu f"rget til' lust, til(' things 'r,�ve�:;Il��n:�i � . ����t �,: i��t:_I!l:t;: n !::�I��;I�n Rev. M . ..... Chrl:\.tensen I \\t. hu\'{' gailled al P. L. C . .\/111 W{' dOll" hun' Mire!)' go..s to the \'lIIage; they even hold hands during ���:� d no/�::�. bo�le·� !��:�e:ext�l eIOln� . � .I (Ol 'g{ t IIH:I 1 \\" , ,'all I'apt.l ll'\ · HII !' I1H'lllllrit's get.� �ick . . ��I�.\��o�,e���h�r t�ne�� '�:1����11�\'���1 I�dt�: Wlts. a brother Ilnd was visiting the elnss . Jim Collins Ski Shop I ; WI' �;IOtlt t\11'111 1I1l\\', a l ld 1\'1 tii{' S :lga lakt· ....ntarctlc. too-: . , "ioral; Ne\'er. never-In a b\l.�. you with his sister so she.chlltted with the sl n l.a;'�:'::�1 III,:�' .;�:II::���tl":'" li{, a ' ,I!tllllt" 'I'. .I11ill lilt' �����tr���:�rOTl:::�l�:�:�d��t:l� �ll'd�!�"orW�t:� �:�: t�l� �'LII�t1eco�:�r �l:il�g.�I�:� ES RHOD .IIRO�ERS TACOMA I ' I ' I ttU;��s II I PI���;llclon slarted Itch her when l I 1 Ia ' I I I l ' ! �� �� l �� �� ��:;: :�: h b �:: t n g d�:t�I;:�: ��: :; '-.., �·l\II , : �;�:.,�::::: �· )IJ.I(;� ,·t ::: ���;1 , '1 �J . �:: I ' I '�II ::�) I ' :�� i�:;;:� ::glow . . . you should see Les lIolt.e ' and Else Kristensen �=Z II��I\I��te��ga�e �:IIl��\�a:e ��r�e� 1 .,.. ' booty will add ridH':OO 10 III;' shoulder :nltl rn·l'Iy. YOllr arlllS . -. You'd u\· thunk, the)' wellt to West " nll,m.,,· I" 111,1, f,llo"'· .. -.,." ..·,11 "" ';I.:.:a In'aslJl'{' ." Il' it's!. Af ter .the Show ���n�;� ' ��:o��i�� f��l:rl�:It;:�n::� :��U:�7� a�:Y 5:;�: hR\·cd. ....s the clnss progressed she er s g read some of - the notes and gulped and Ollftr :Ua rtin.wn Ilu'lling- the trigger. IIh yes. ain't when JAC K'S C.R I DDLE lI' well ri �aw were e \ sl'l they that My goodness, Undf'rdahl and La\'aull len. j{,\·c grond? .. Tacoma, Wn. 913 Commerce )I('(';all e\'en look alike. WITH THE Y E A R AT THE SPRING Arter class, she rushed up, to her .sororlty l\lster and said; "Say, I thought I'.�===:,=====i!I The rl'ar's at the spring. I t he Wa.\ your brother, I . And.day·s at the morn: "Ycs, I know bUl how could I have Printers '. Stationers Mornlng's Ilt 8Cv.en; told you? He's tl1e 21 year old midget The hlll-slde's dew-pearled: enrolled in the School of Commerce!" D I 0·. E B R The lark's 011 the wing: The snall's on the. thorn: r;: , ....... .............: '.." '''''..''..'' � A Sts. .... . God's In his heal'en� fOR REFRE·SHtr.4ENTS I t.._.... Airs right "'Hh thc world. � th" show vis,t the after -Robert Browning TAB" CAT TIle year's not quite at the spring. but5 at least March Try one of our real M f? 'South' Tacom� Way i� a preface to Sllrlng. things should 00n begin to be h.amburgers with .a all right with the \I'orld again. The sun begins Lo .smile I!l � ....,.... ill the mornings and we .get up feelJ.ng ready Lo face the , mug of root beer! , da>·. But alas! Comes thal sleepy. IAt)', I'm-a-dreamer.We Cive Car Service arel l"l-we-all sensation wh!eh takes hold and lrupJre, the ralr malden tl? drift rrom reality Into reverie. and the "young man's fanc>'" trilel}' Lo turn·to "thoughts of·io\·e." TRIPLE XXX "She sure is a . , . Moet dlsheart. ,Sprlf!,g . The time for transrormatlons. When prose is I BARREL metamorphosed! uno poet!"}·, and youth becomes' chlnl- enl"&"' words -"No. I.don't 'have one" . .'. Cory Mal-, reus and departs from the more practical and i1annel- mln ls ,!.he Ideal secretary . , --:--The week's best taker.J .J"':��-' minded winter ft�t1tud(,!I. Ah yes, spring Is the 'time downer-off-the�horS:tr . . . "You know, I J f1St. wa.shcd my , ....".. t!i '" hen evcn I\P.ru�e must need feel Inspired to smooth It.s clothes before this pertod. arid y.our line Ls lengthening wrinkles, much,' that I think I'll hang my clothes on It . Assiinme�ts our .Y Typewrite When Is spring? ' Spring Ls when (wtth�due apologits . . .. Ain't that good? . . , Ol!terent rrom any we've'heard so TIIE. CORONA PORTABLE to the grammarian) the �I.rslf sing, and the .trea bUd, ·before. and It all goes Lo Vlvtaq Lu.nde " . . Yep, we A sure path . to higher grades In 1MB time, and the doodlers and the o-tIllers come to claM WIth 'a all, ,hear aU, and know all , . . But we can't tell all . wltb the, , Old you !mow that G. G: is"'aiJstralned nurse?' . . . My, play-riddle-play lcolt abOut the eyts. � Spring fever. that della:htfuI. drowsy afmction, Is a aln", It a purty day? ID. ,Monaon'. line) . . . and the , Bt:cment 8 t .. Por tb8 �nt1e wannth' 1s · buket-ball te&m dJdn't wln'enuf , . , and Jobn D. got a1JIl of the nelll' . Tenu 'I ' Compue not st&gnaUon, but the stUnuIus which' atam the sap to pushed tn the puddle, too, and .Fries swears up and do"," ' week All IIIaka that he is going to brealt up With his j1r1 In Seattle . . tIow, Utili brancb to sUr �d burst Into liye, . ' . " n e d FREE 5 da,.. trlal-�� �� IJ�. g e I e f th�:e�, : :�:;�:�: S:v�� ' �I�:��:; a� :�� � :�:�e� �:���h=:.: ,:,�� :ri��e �S:k� .;� H. O. BAKE'R & CC. . the M. M. office so goo bye . . . '{'he �ne1s Ui.e hlndrance and the new urge within us, we can 'do. m�Ch .to.make '. CIlIt. lI;0t the ankle. Behieen. PsCjf� &: A' t{ . SIDE 10'I1I 10? SO. 10TH "�I� right "'Ith the world." -

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Girls' in�en:)1IM bA:�kelbali : tMOn wu opened last Monday ,,11h ":"rut. 4.5 29, In . moving game between the llberal 'art.�. 26 victory o\'('r a Yakima, five �hllt j:m th� McMlrmvllle maples last Sa,tur- 1 high school Rn,d the �homore teamll. !}6Cffe'd ln8 Russell 'F'r�'e as sporta'tdln('n't knew when to My q�It.,. In day mght. the pffie !"t'sultlnr In R. .�4 .14 tie. tel of t.he M. M.. followlng,.hls lfT.duconference fray ('On thl!' loser!! flOOr on Declde<ily ?fC . t�elr usual form. the" allon. YPe"'riter this assa.s.Stn t wl&h� The !lCh�ule for the e!ltlre ' �Rson r Saturday, Febru�ry 20. .Luthe ans slumped In the. Roond hII lf. to t:l[pres.� the appreciation ·of·all MUtt'li ar"!-nged by Wadent Calava1\. ballf"rom an e\'en-Stephen orand of play . allowing Stranot. Llndfleld ace. to run �porU' reRdeT!l-and I think. tb.ls InItetball fruinai!!r. � listed lollow� : 14 wild n c lIectlng lnt� f9r-ffi! c ude� every studeflt or P. .c.-tor in (he early part of the conlest. t.he . <l I po March ,3. Wednc�ay. . senlora vs. MPh:tro"-S-.�taters begRn <!ropplng them :n C!lrd�nal R�d �rple quintet. . This the splendid �por� copy that editor on1ore�; MRre!, B. Mond.,y. freshm!ln ond t hoot g s tr k f Stran lod S from he Hghts to shoot Into a c9m" .s.k �r � . �. ? ot pounded out on his Undtrwood, Best 'lIberal Artli:nlgh school: MiU"cl'l.. IL .L! , !!J fortable leAd that ,WL nev� thrlAtf,n� ,boosted his evenings totRI to gtve him of luck, M. F.rye ! Wednesday. senlo.rs �homo,reII ; ed Tht IntermissIon� SAW the 0la1s Ute hlgh-!;CQre _ crown. . Not far be- . . , .Af,t.e r watching "BI�II' NILs:en �I . March I�. 'Monday. �nlors vs. 1lberAl . h lnd wa 2 Nl en S b QJ the northern· five de orutral.e hi!! hoop talent on th� . the 10llg end of 1 · 15 !\Core. arts-high school: M�h 11. Wedn��Ith ten markers. . ba� etmall floor. I am conV'ln� that rti. the_st'CoPd';..Qund the Park.land�rs day . sophomore· vs. freMmen: , March . � The summary . mclted the net" for III marken. seem- P. L. C. (291 '- It C.'s "Thin.Nan" doeS. everything ' . 19. FrIday eft� lng. demonstratlon � ... , . lUI �Infleld but blo . the ball before the game. ingtly e:c.perlenclng little trouble In 101· . . , game. do,r� \'5. d�Y girls. - . title for his opponents ('Utlng the hoop. The locals. on' the' ,[;mmervlk (6) FF . (Ha9 ) St.raru. An app �, seJ�tItd teams include: third ngton pur;sulng him down. the rn,ples \ / , S) . other hand . �w attempted throws re- askn . 10. . . ( B I. might ni N o.m od Year r. n�nnal-Thelma �SII. Lou\ae . . . . The n tlp oft eth o plaype�tedly fall Jlhort of the t\\·.lne, Foul �� � - (9:1�::���!Is' tie "Arter the Th2n Man" (h.n:m) . . . . IrlI...)h December to MRrCh sport I.!. Williams. Elsie Barret�. Helen Scot�.. . . . I penaltle1; nearly out-numbered tallies. So e 10 "'atshlng the Olsen- provinge quite �ubll popular In the lOuthem Irene . Odell. . W�ene Calavan: 6 1 Young coached clan turn out one cQon.. with ·tweh·e chlilked up qalnst eacn Uu 1 1 . 0 rnoon / al'tf, Hendr1 p art of the coBst In<.thl!ll ·style ot pIa Helen HOIu.rnp. lAu�" th�,��:: last week. 10' �me<i . .that the obJec't there . club. �. ��t��ld�����:�:=� H and Ma n e udith � b. n h� J B ruo . : be ' ' .. ���;. are " . only t o tip-or se du ng . NwAS for the )K,yS to slrk �v.en tree . t M'COnd ¥eac-Alice CQok. He,en ...... Hlgh\lICore honors wer� copped by ' '. . game-at lIle beg:lnnh1g of the f1nt and r throws In A row (nch .man shooting second Enid Blake. Melba Fenney. Esther Nor.... Nll�n of' the Lu.therlln five. who berg. Morris 1�1. . . - . halves-an d the bAll Is pUt into countl!<i ncarly ' half of his team'� l on« until that n\!mber was made. 1 play a rter each ' basket b)' the team pard. and Elva Bergman; subs.. Connie . ' . rI The best .the hoop artlsts- could do which w'" scored upon. This s stem Clum�. BeR� Sldd:". and M point.� when he <;I.'flnl on a scoring Gla(hato.rj;o . VIct o rlOUs. )' let'Melver: !Te3hman-Marlo� Dim� , was to make t�ree gratiS shots without does AW"y with Lhe tip-off control e h spree or his own to garner 15 polnt-s, In Recen t Tr" .lf» No rl �PO\II�g It with a miSs. Since · Sum�ary : lvtime waS Elizabeth Stuen i enson. lI e e � I J V Of he gangling piVOt-men who r ach 1 -ilwlUti . and some of the boys had .to sk L. C. (39) 1261 l'aklm:J. , yWArd. upwards ot' sIx feet.' Since Ian Hall: Bert� Thompson. VirginiA I lt b l I b Tommen'ik , 6 . F .. 3 , Dub UqUe : tW��I;�� �� ��lIy )�::t�� �g�t ��; ;����t: : d y (�()��:C:� :�n� o��: helgh� of siX-Six And up are not un- ::��:S�:; ��� ;�� ��:��lt�:� f h R I h r :::��le ,\1; : � '�;)�-:::: fond. not 1(1 be conquered Pacific43 Luth-42 regl:lars' by rev nl'!..lng the shodttng �I;ow;f'f th��o���;�g �';i'\l�:'�Y �:�'�r��; Gordon. Bloosom We�tt . . Nellie Jean e an GladiAtors II thri lling to order. so 'thRt Jay mlth-a constant l llt v s . 2 , OIlIl�1Il 1 f G ord g a � o er uch comparative mldgets Minor. Evel}'n Nlchol!lOn. t Janice h h O . ' 6 ' Pazarlch ;���r�d ��;V���I�y �� � ����h::� �e�-.:ns PIAce�_i� a leM con� as Nilsen. who scalts Jensell ' 4 mer� Six feet." :���e�:t:: .:r�:I\�r�r ��u��·II:f��. �i��: rlt Y C e f i h th s���� H:8\��: ;:;;'�-:� ��'In�����: I :��e!U;I��t F��. t��. I�er'� floor FrldRY Glads Take ' e ntral ia � : � ���� �e� �o;�� � ��U;��: \d : eila Da\·I('s. Ilnd Alice &e. C .rt Forrcnt 13 . . M�Nelce. t r � ., -nference Ga me !�:�� t���e I=����T�! s�: ���!� :�e� r hi Co-'.-. . d��: :�I:�n���: t�: �"�u �:'i::\'��; I . t ·1· of playing time are .�aved by I la q.� g do�ne:7 �:e24LutherA nS A nm ht'r - obstRcle \IoAS hurdled by minutes ck l.eu y Shop I on �::;II ; Brl EI"ne', BeautPe'm�ne L l . � so \' uLhern S stem of play. The only h ., map s a t' t .. Coach Olson � cage men their I Eute, A R D!OS , � fo, tOU, lacking '!n the no-tip-off S}S' Tht' Thunderblrd� Irnllf'd to IB champlon�IP drhe ....hen the) rolled thing ..WMEANS s.n·H.ppi....... I C.". nteed 0,1 Pe,m, e' Is the chance tor the spetll\tors at hAlf time (hlf' mlllnl) to brIlliant l o\er 1 0 0 ..nd Up the .... eak Centralia JUnior college !t nl Ca 5.;: 436= So Tacoma I S�15 Pa.k$Aye thei aft ch breath each r �;:; . ;,;;;.Way ;;:: t � ; _ "; . f' r Ban l GA 4059' 1 floor play and �hootIIllZ� the Invad - I "'o to a league e on the win- :ore I J. er� Near the end of the �tst period ncr s court ' �sd!lY night Feb 16 Tl I Our St Marlins corre.�pondent :;:-:.========c=.:.;.: the Irxals relinquished 'f! lead and ! W hIle I the Lutheran melon to/'..o;ers " dug up "the fact that a vel1 reliable r I \\Ith bill ''''0 mmute� left fo und"' them- "'erl' bus) pepperlllg the hemil for 21 �ource lotoIuque,.de Costumes feM' Rent disclosed that the lTnI\erslty of I NEAL E. THORSEN ' �;;:�t�::lhl�II:Y �:m• � ���� H;� �;,� ��;���n �eO:��tI;� :e:�O\�=� ;�S'::;: Lore�on and Oregon State college plan p b n ! to"k." P.pe, HIli. 81noon' to l only five mell on the baSketball I � an iM' SOh� flIck('( ! d \m Chet baSkelJ' n " Serpa I r a O 11'1 q ick �lIcce�loli \0 pu� �n end to 1 1 1l;�� t:e �:�:�t pretty �ell decided floor at one Umc WFIi changml!: the ;:::: 4861 I '}'6 - '1�BI B';'oa �':�'v nlll'� again huh� I . the Umost spectaculAr game e\er seen the Gladiator bos.� mO\ed In his re---@ ---�--------� nil the U B C floor .@ -"' .,. .-'� �ncs II.ho ga\e prett} good account .. , ,. , w � BArdol�}. v. B. C. for"ard, wa.� high lOf Lhemselves whl'n the�' rang the hoop O!'lpe(:ts Good For l O sT... · ' r � SCOTf'r wIth 18 COllnt.er�. SOlie with 13 I lIl the last hAlf for 20 polnt O!.. '"Th!n Pr BROOKDALE . �I:I : :S �����' U�d� �::�, h!S M ���� � all� Nilsen With 9 polnt..� I�d the Park- MRn" :-.Jllsen. lO�eri"ng Parkland pivot � s"'op in BARBER SHOP W HHlI ng Goll Matcht'!'I Store women like I � land a!tRck. -I man. captured the scoring 'tiara Cor . CRUTI ETLA WELCOME STUDENTS ao J e kl e i ng e � ��P��;r.t�!. te:�o.�:�tSyet:; ar� ��le:oU�����I�� :�� � Cif�:I�I���;rA�I�lu:K':�::U ����� :�� ! �� ;���,i C=�limn:.;� ��Kt�: l�: :�� �: four � position III the Moum Vernon Juniori lettermen ret,l'rnlng from the i second Summary th w e cc.llcge qulmet a.� they SII.'amped them p. C. 1 "0) \' Centralia 1936 quintet and abundant. freshman ! .j, ', . to Ihe tun� of SO to 25 In the Mount Tommen'lk F ' I , Kennedy materlal from which to �electl the fltth i , , Vl'r110n gym nlur�ay afternoon. Feb LeaAA . 2 . . 12, Gillespie man. Letter ....·Inner.; return ng .for ;;.n- I l . , TEI T HALO Letter SWelte.. OUt Speci,lty II I NilRn 0 17 , Goselyn other sea·-.or are : Lloyd Thompson. I t C A T I PORTR H S W I The local... had all rasy liml' In scor- I Ford O . . 9 , Conner.; John Stuen. Bud LehmAnn. and Har- i ,5, INDIVI D!JAJ..JTY . Toicoma WoIV. .rOt I I I;" SI h h h d t y k t e t ��r� l\fr:)111 �:e 1��I� ��: :l\�n� ::� J ;:: ';1 L C -Jo�nson La'::On�':, r ;..���� �7CI� a cinch to cop ' !il at 25 to I" Larson for the Gladiator.; McCay .6. Smith . 1 1 Schlllandt number I spot \!Ihlle the remallling I I \\as high scorer "Ith II tAllies battle the new crop of , Centralla-Coburn '2'. Sampson Pal- leUermen must fo�mefly . pOfiable� ..nd sl ..nua.d talent to decIde the other four PO�'- I ' I mer Referee Charles Barofsk} H arhook Studio fOUNTAIN l!ENS & , ....... . ufm Among the new men expected ! F H R U G. M.aMg!!. t I I e 0l HAROLD E DAHL CO. � R �� ng '1!1tD I � � f�:�:� ���:: ;:I�;� a�:: 7::_ I , , ' 950 P�c,f.c Ave Rust Bldg . Lohby I 3 - WM ; n �� Uo ld ' ball lumlnRTY Peanuts Larson Bud ' ... .. .. . . . 9i....." .. ,, ... .. S ! Johnson. former LlnC91n high golfer: oe.. I "EVER YTHINC IN tr.4,USIC" ::�k:���ln=�10 t; : DAHL CROCERY CO. , . e:�:�:� m��; :a:� I ;!;'I:'' � Super Qval,ty CompleTe STocks Bob Ora:zel!. Member United Pur;" Stores for Studenh �ll1g from the 1.937 Ji ve will be Special1 5cRates Ted Brown MUlic Co. fOf 9 holes Frank Unger and Er� Knut:zen. clUb Parkland I 1 1 23 Bro.1dw.1y 1 1 2 1 8.o"d";""v GA 3 8 1 8·R.-S 2Sc for 1 8 'holes .l.Veilders who did. not come back to school this year. ,R" uiar Ro1Ite, ., '" Oladlator golt scheQule reveals zOe for 9 "'oles De pauw' Unlv.rrslty keeps a -12.000- clasThe hes with the following' NorLhwest 35c to<' 18 noles DISTINCTIVE PRIN�LNC . on reserve of coal In the event that teams: Llnlleld, Unlvenlty ' o t Wash­ mlne-strlkes will cut off the fuel sup- ington Fresh. Portland U.. Ellensburg HIOH SCHOOL' AND COLLEGE ANNUALS · PROORAMS . Normal. Yakima JunIOr College. BelALLSTRUM PRINTINC CO. MAin 6168 ply. . The amount of nose Ohio State Unl- ilngnam University of Brltlsh 940 Commerce St.. ve�ltY �tudents put Into their voices Columbhl.Norma!.' and Aberdeen. '" '" ,an no<;l.· be determined by the "nas.IIty Indicator" In the phonetics labor- t' ......... .................. .tory of Derby Hall Mere "'rHlng ablllt), isn't the most AMOCAT FOOD PRODUCTS ,nlportant requirement tor a would­ "THE PEAK OF QUALITY" , Distributed be newspapennan. says Prof. John L by Brumm. chalnnan of ihe Upl\'erslty ot WEST COAST <;ROCERY CO,_· Mlchlgim's - journalism department :.8oundl�g health " Is h.ls greate�t ne­ - es.�lty. t --r SKI TI� Recen revelations show that a doz:­ of Alabama students be­ · narneUniversity RENT S six set-� or man' and wlte dur_ IS NEA.R! AND SHOES ng the ChrtstmD:S vacation. ' . � . CHECK UP ON YOUR Living expenses at the women s coop NEED���y� new park.. w'i.th'..hood is lukinldormitories of Peri�lvania State Color new ,.. i, of boob would help. 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Tac:oma to atlt'n dJthelr al1JWRi; ban- cO\'l'rE'(! rl'wns. one. 1s a1iowe<l to rt � th;:: ::' d���t·\ ::�tlO�·. [ollo""E'(! �11\n de'!land as a speaktr on fon:Jgn af- the' '<7ue;l'n:sn an;���:'�S(>:: ���tt�:: quet ' which W8S gi\'l'n th� Ma;sonic 11.:1'. Br:akfMt will be servl'd. �'hen- by hymn Sls�glng.�� . .... .,\'Ocal se�l'Ction f�lrs. Hl' i.s a�latl' professor of � cs 10 be COllS' Ired are. Tf'mpJe In TAcpma.· 'T\\'o Crossrs" y.'aS sung by E\'a . Ojes;lt:;s�:�OI��l(�slh: 1�1:��l'.1.s �:.���; "dal. C'l'rmau at the College of Puget Sound. ··.Does Topl. [)oroth} . .Anderby. acc�f!1panled ""'hat We Bl'1I�\'j, MatlerT': .... special tr-i-bUle 10 P. L. C . �.� made 1;�(' '<CTamblln@ bei:I.p Jnto wrltl' one mllst "!,L'IO played piAno nUIT!bf'rs. Mrs. Bondy was hostess [or "pot, " HQ'" S�all WI' Deal With Unb(>lle: 'wlth the p�eselltation to �f. N, J. fl'\\" to all the friends lind re.la- son.It who WI\II decldt'� .to chAngl' t.h� . t1�le luck" s\lp�r at her home pre\:ious to �nd Indllf�rf'ncf' on thl' C�mpIIs?" ; HOllg and Pro[. J. U. Xavier. of .. an. U\'t'slin('s ( bACk cj. home The e postal partt' me ting from 6:30 to 6:45 �1 the of What An.' I he ��nSi�lI . ill�s of their of th an Aw_ ty a n rc1 rec�lIiz I CE' L� I!!'l'ht ce:-tainly must hal'e 'onderE'(! at rl'gular meeting nights. '<Ihf' Ic�ture for the dAy .�tudents "'ho Church �oll('gf' Oradua� Delcgalt'3 : Yl'ars of �efl'lc� . to the college. The the . slldc1f'n- Increase In "'thl' remained In Parkland [or tht' meet- a�ld \"1.!;1. I1 l� student$ sale . . arf' reque�ted to progm:Jl. WAs pr.-senteel In Accordance penrll" post Cf\rdsl. The. (01l0""in8uf . Typical Gt'mlan dlSh� were sen/- thoughtfullY,conSlder 1 these topics .. ing bewith the thenlt' "Put on your l)ld grey mor�ing. on(' I\wakeons the sound (It ]ulllni 'Tt'" Held H'rre ed. such lh·er;wurst. potato salltd. ll'.al'e (or Concordia, . bonnt' ,,·!th Myron Kreidler. . prt-sh bacon fat slr.z\lng In the fr)'lng 11IImpernickel. cake. .and' cortt't'. The fo:.e.. tth�y For ·.Reunion Visitors on Saturday ('\"enillg. dent 01t." thf' altlmni group. presldlnlf as hot pan �h the II{:companvlng ne\\'I�' elt'ctecl German Ciub offkers he_L,SIXs. o clock :. sizzle 'of banquet will be "sprcad" t::lastmaster. ' . " .p rlo · ·trl�(lreggs. "'ere Introduced to membf',s pr('sent. : Following, Ihe . �on.cert g.iven by the . lnlt u r � � �� � ;' � � � ��_ :' : ... . tlanquf'l on aill also. the 1938 t the r i Thc breakfast whiCh has be�n pre L. C. choir .Th�r president. Betty Prlis: I'ice- �lhU��� o oo e on Sunday. afternoon. prl's�dent. John Wenberg ; secretary ar.:l was ch()..�n. Thos.e elected t:.. pared quite .('Qual. to tht' pre<:r.e<llng· FebruRry . portli of the various grOU�CmOnfer�nces � 21 . a &rOup of graduates were tt i l principal. � MorriS � Ford. group a me:!.l!! MnrlOn Kohler: find treasurer. M'l'll'ln 'will Rnd Is hefty to s ('Ilough .t.kk h�tesses to alumni alid other vt'l:. ltors thl'll be ;ead. . .Follo"'lng ihe ban- �� �;: MrClIIehoon ' quet. Dr. Norberg ' wllJ conduct a second kl ch:�bll���a�!: ��:I� �e�; ;i��nn:n chOir member's rlbs/ ahnost Rt: Iln Informal tf'a In the t't!=reatlon b PflU\g- 1 Afier chatting a llltle morf' on� Ellen :Bergstrom. Rhoda Hokenstad. Girls H" ar R e . Le �is :: �� f=��:1 \7" t�l:ty�f' d�lr:: I�� ��I� '\\I'r1\hr e tl'achPacific (!r. Tacoma Je,College 1 lu('tantly tnk('s his c1('I)fl.rtUtl' Rmlll Ionl' Luthtran �tu(\ent Mad!lell. Edna stud('nts .. Joanna At Februarv �leeting' Sunda} monllng there " III bf' a dl prom� 10 �top In If e\'l'r !n Ih'll M:tnouU,s. and Volley Kel�y Norbr RSsb� ' llclnll� again · . " In sen·lng Ilnl' "'orshlp In Trtll)t} Lutheran Educators DISCUSS R \ A1 l l l'img at the ('hurch oncl' more Ii" e t Church "Ith-- RI.'\' J P pf! uege; . ......................."..... C � R ��e�llg�:I� �u::; :f��� Y outh l\loveluellb tbeMl'rholr prl'achh'lg members must all comparl' : on th(' them!' With HIm noon Februan :!S at thl' 0 J St�en I 1 Jl'Sll'l Thf'Te Is SacrifiCIAl L\\'ln,! It Eastman Kod�k Stores 'r;: . not('� on tht' PMt night Ild\('nturt>1< I b\ "Collegiate Pre!'..�1 t horne ''''lIh Mrs Stuen and Mrs Lora � Kr�e<lll'r. hos�cs�s. The program In- :�0��1:/:\��1'(' t�o���rd�: ���e�; . Ne",' York. N. Y .- � �Cf l-:-:he " I�ew- Th�t':�: �r hC:tur:a�;.s e;�('��l:d !��k: 9 10 B,oodway. . .1 �1>U1r:�1 t:·�c�:a�n�:�ec�!��o��M���: :lnother of' th(' Sunday Ise�on.�. Com- e:h�;�t�tt���e:,e;�;..o:�o �e::gn�e:..�: nough to '!mw this. nict't�� Is lQOked KODAK HEADQUARTERS p upon wllh I'IlI'Y by hL� less fQrtunatt' mUnlon �!'!t.\"lce� will be held 5tmdav he h I n a �3 or io lh� � ,mornln,' ",or'<hIP "Hh �aTl�e:I;�u�::t.I:�Il�oarl tr::O��loanr �;� I!i . . . iii ompanlOllS !h� L T�I(,� S:�I��d H��:� �! e :\ F A "'" lollz pastor off!- ml'nt of Tl'a('hin d eh\ered b) the (' The tiRI!8.age bnll,ad(' attalll forms to �r Buckle�-Klllg Flt, ner!!.1 Home In Tac- c!!!.tlng thc �ltltca.<;('s a befor(' long I oma The group rl'Cl'hed t"ent}-fl\t' SlInda} Rflt'rLlOOn "II! be gll(,1l to FOlllldRtlOIl S Prrsldent Walter A Jes- repiRct' VI Thursday-:-K \ next o"n tonelle b \\a) thc on IS \l'l ("ents per person for l'a(h \iSlto� and a Mission Empha�l'l program As th" sup , Home �alr..111 Eilcha",. I the Itln('rary said thl' ofSe\' tile mone\ \\IU be used to",ard the sup- main feftlure ttwrf' \\111 be a messag(' In RII too malH ulstances I ce DerIvery eo. i such da�s "lIh �lIndn IRI I __ appar('nt IhRl 'hese ne"_ lationsen make llOrt (If the Shlsmarl'ff MIs.�lon In AI. gnen h) ReI S HaUanger mls- report ItmO\emenLs ! _..l �..!� Irom I arl' reaII) organ- ch l and Iheup a grRllc1 rl''<plle Il�ka lonaTl to China 'no\\ hom(' on fll�- er \,oulh " ._. _ IiJ " . . . -.ioo@.......... of actlvltl('s humdrum oo '< ki tlle\ I\ho O" "hat R<!Jla.� b\ ized l The club "Ill ghe a tea during March iough Christ Sllo\\s U" a Worl(1 to rdlnRr routine y at the home of Mrs J U Xa\ll'r Rd- Win 'A ll! bt, till' 10pic chost'n b} ReI "ant and to \\hom \outh Is a reser n RaY mond Electric Co. \olr of ad\ ocates readlh influencftl Ilst'r of tlu group Ha11angar E LECT��D C��pSpTL��S�TION , � economic or pollti- ProJu inent G �udua�e l('gat(.s an urgcd 10 JlIH n to cal. Shlf�ookIn social. 1:ll.'11 �e.t�� . ��-":::" ': tht' ' ln rl'm ugh thc cloo! ng !'t's.. .-.Ion. olll i a�e quickly reflec::d. inlalnev R eals Her Betroth.. r �� 171Z 9 1 5 Commerce e bchalf. P X �IS In up set progr�lll . Norborg will dl'lh"'r . PARKLAND CARAGE .Dr,. Sn;rr(' I "'tll('Ilenflnlll the �oulh I Of interes� r.o local friends is the r;... 9-'1\1'1'111101} address: ··H,.. . I'd Mr. .Jes..-.up. . WitnessMussollnl . . . . ..... . ...... Shell Gasoline !!. Hitler. mo ' under nd "ements ': Ad\' till' :...........:.S�.� enturer ' 'Christ ' �Is to Dl'Pendllble �urprl,se announceITrent of the engage- . ") ���nl:I;. ":��\ to ����;��'!. ��� �W�;:� ment . ot Miss Jean-Marie Fowler. who GENERAL REPAIR . " ; -,, n t h A THE iuC I _____ _ was graduated from t.he normal de- . .:-___ l. Uella ,I""h os Makt' PlulIS " . Ica . Under New M�·na·e. ( in! Ad i ilh'� " AlII:ough we l ok lh horror a\ t t l ! t sp,ln, to Joseph " ment· F().r Spr.. o \\"\ v ::�I��:rn�n�t'r :�f wa8ho:lgl\�. w'ash) Our goods are good Broadway� Shoe Repair I..:'. Elsl(' BRne'lt�Iected #0 head :�;/�I�� ::�s:d;�t��eth;ls:���:: :::;�' l lnglo"" Parkland', Lu"ch Shop. ....., .s n s d ' I dyed to match a"y color 1 i iiit' Delta Rho GRI�llj"1I tor the spring . 1(,Il!{1' S::lmf' of the (:.urrenl youth acti\'o l :::I����� �I:: JO�: :;'1i��(,I� Sl'lII('stl'r. Milne Wcnbt'rg. vlc('-pr('sl- lIles? JIIS\ now we hear m\lch about I lu�;:eo�� ' The mar.� hostess lfJ.lSt Salurday. 1 1 05 (1('1lt; Evelyn Taylor. reco:rdlllg sccre- youth RS a factor In bringing abollt rlage will bt' an event of early AuguSt. � Aeros� _ t I o l 1t Pa rklan� Cooed _ S\FO\\'��� l" a te�Chl'r In the Wash- l __ _ R_.___:---__ ���: l!l����'s:"2:;;:�:;t- �;�:�II�:. : C:l� 1 �.��� :��:h �� S:1� ��bout \"outh tooal' MI Beauty Sfloppe flnd much emphASis Is IRid upon It ollga pll c SChoos ,·.--.-.-.-.----.---..;. I IJrist' III(' rest of ottl(' offieers, . . ; The be�1 of i PARK AND BARBER SHOP , . The orglllllzRti n spol�sors two ma- lhal 11 might Sl'('m that preceding .:.t -'_._-._--;.--L Union B.rber Shops , Jor campus actl\'llIl'.� dupng' the .sprlng. gell('ratlorL'-' 1111(\ Ol'l'rlooked youth. The t The best of sen-ice &t t Patronise t ; .· j!I TIlese arc tll(' ulUlIlal Ma� festival. and school� 8re not by any IIlcans our sole t� SHILL STATION house PRrty nt which dormitory prc,l'Islon for YOlLth. evcn In rCCl'nl t tI G, P K" N U DTSON. Prop, I -------- - ii "-,--TACOMA'S I tImes. ·We hal'e encollrRgf'C1 for him i Fdl up w,lh Parkland. Wash, i girl!> arl' glll'st,,G al t · LARCEST or e . .. ..- _._ _ - _. ._.:. r ··.. ···· ··'· .. '···· ..· ' .. · .......... · ... .· . . · .;;;;··..···..·;.. �:r�e:e:. ::::n .t , Home- Fur.hings Store t tl :�n���::�s.�u:���n:�d xt�: �::�. · , jo,n , Ihl' Celeb'M'on' Thc churct.I'S hR\e orgAnized the t, d� �/rIA:.. C;:> cAO&11A���.,,",M ""' '''1iI1· � Christian 8ssocl{l\lon the Ne"mRn "r-i PIONEER SALE Brocpkdale Lumber Co. Clubs and Ihe Menorah Soclet\' The I 0:-.____ Today ,11 the , ____---- .:. '!,:1UIr�! cn Mounla,n t farmers ha\l! their 4-H dubs Bu�lnl'SI< t Peoples Store i blg and small. hILS fostered Junior t SPRINC, DAY t . .. .. . . . ... ."..... at � I Challlbt'r� of commcrc� Indeed eRch' t SPRENCER Cr JONES CArland 3 8 1 1 · J · 5 I 10f\uterest the SOCial Institutions hIlS sought to JEWELERS Repalr,.,g SEARS I I Jewelry �;:;;;;;:; t ! probartlCUlar p In }otjth t' ' p t' rr � ; ;;;;:; ; ;;;;:; ;;; ;;:;;;; . . . ETTee Ive fin Ing lems In !ecent }('ars ha\e come the ; \ rr BR. 2� . Broadway 30 1 1 --------------agencies r for supporU'd nmept r gO\·l.' t . d d d d LAUND' � a"4 PIanne an PfO uee �j��)t �' u the NaBARNEY'S CHILI NOOK. ----�-----�- - ., a ��:thll\�b;��t�At�::. CLEANING SERVICE I "Now ('ach o[ these positions can be 5+40" So Union Parkland Mercantile Co. ' at Extremely Low P es I rallQIlAlIzed Into a plausible program Parkland. Wav,inltof. . which affords a l;R�lstactory ' Justlflca. bu_"_ Expert Pholo �iniv,ing. to ",,_& SteakS m H t l a ua ts a Iiii -niiI . Tacoma Laundry �� _ �.�� :lJ �is ����t� ��v�:!� d: :;� ______ 10 remember that youth ha sa!ways ,-...I .0; I t.. Pantorium be.:�t��;�t:oo�ri:I��n���o��t!�:WI_ 1'-;":;:;':;�:-p�- 1 t--7. � ;;� -·--t " y mpa x Cleaners E Co' :dWV :n: edge of childhood ('rltlcl. u very sharp- 1 . you nice Johnson-Co Prescription Drugaists ' , R " A"" U ' =: Iy mRny ot the p!ocedures and out: for Ihe DirKt ImporierS "bf the Fine)I I :::= . =: Norwegian I Cod !:iller Oil comes of our present mass I'ducaUon: 5036 So , � I ZZ l' I Cor. 1 1 th . 7.3 1 4 Thase members of society wno are out- I . Ptwne MAm rAged at the.. regimentallon of children .;-.---------""-_ t. -.� :--, -� -- " and yet whose rorcbears In days past I a ��.:��.���� a�d �:;:� :!��g �� ft,---" les. may well ask whether elthl'r the . BROOKD-AL E CROCER AND MEAT CO.' 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1 8� Lorraine Thompson . Queel'!:' King to Be Fr9m Blossom Wescott . 2Q3 '. Seni�r Class ' Virginia Dads 729 "'Christ. Our Lite" Is the theme chos135 one of the U1081 exciting contest-� The English department at Pacific �uth DownlOIl en ·tor the North Pacific District Lutner ever staged at Po" L. C. is' tha� or the Gt.heran College has accepted nn hi -.J Kin� Lea�ue convention to be held at Trinlg a r t ;r�m ' 51. Martln'S Collt'g(' to ��::� :i;�. � . :: ��. rt�: �:: ���::\�; g:;�\:�::� Y u e�n ?�urc� .arkl�nd. Wash.. SU!bscrl·bers . Ur�e- d vitntlon . nter a Ju. · n lor cOllCf e . spelling � to � ri� � �a � for FrldaY 'e\'en229 . carnival. v,'bleh .fi Arnold Tommervlck . 'btllci�IIY a�n��g. �e convention. To Make Payments be heid at St. Martln'S on th� .e\'ening Vern('r Bitter 119 ing. April 9. Four freshnlan girts are in Dr. N. M. Yh'lsaker. ExecuUve Secret.af) Dark Horse Ca�dlda� the race for queen while four men from ...... ' . of March 31. 1937 In Ihe colleg/> audl" t�e Natto;'al Young P.:eople·s Luther· AcCordh;g v'�mer BI\I('r. business t�rlum. t? which the gencral publi2 lS I " 'TIllie"' 122 the Q:raduaUng clllss are candldntes for : Lf'ague. of the Norwegian Luthernn manager. on'r one' hundred tl k subscr!p� hwlte8. ! �ta��e�����ng Is mnnaglng the cE\m�=, t�n::ahd::e��;�:' C....�lilll ·��\·�h�h��·;I�� lions have !)('en taken in for the 19'37 , This cOllte�t is sponsored In orderI M·. Rorem_ Retu�ns p"nlgn which w!ll close on February 7. e n f e h .e been p ld u \" b r n ae Ll 't R :,: ��: :: ��:�se'Xr%;�::�I�: :: F�om LSU Meeting ;;:�I :a��;�"t�n:. �n��· !; .he���:� t�� �;�liIY Choir of Parkland .....Iil sup- ����'1I . �tl: t: �8t�� � 8.\ � As bNo�e. the annual Is prIced at muny schools offering junl6"r colleg . ply music for the meeting. . ,one cent a VOLe. Lora lnne Thompson. Members of the loca.J 'league h.a\'e · t .....o dollars per\ropy. and down pay- training If eacH of the�aC�pl. they Miss Margare� Ron'm. Put;ifIc LUlh- IR�!th i)o\\'lltoJl: Blossom ",;,estcott. . lUld plaNled a reCel}tion in the . church par- ments of fitly cents . ha�·e been accept- will �avis are the queen candlin.cIU9-e St. . Martin .s. C.entralla eran Coll<'ge del('gnte to the 'Lutheranl I VIrginia ed in ord�r to subscrIbe. Prolllpt paylors following this session. t's: nnd t.heir manage:s are, respect: St"dents' Union convention at COl - dat Saturda\' morning the Junior and ment of mstallments is urged by the Junior College. Lollgvle� Junior Col- cordia Ively. Judy Aagol. i::lnybourne WilKen. C.ol\ege. Moorhead. Minnesota. Mildred Tollefson. .<.fOnior le�uers wHi meet separately manager. Solicitors for the varl,?us le��. Grays Harbor Junior Colleg�. Paand Waiter Schn­ . lind Itckenb<'rg. Competing for king are from ele\'en to tv,'elve m. with Ruth classes are �niors. Thelma Ness ' and eHlc Lutheran. al)d seattle College. returned 10 Parkland last ....eek Vlnjl and ReI'. M. J. K. F\!hr Jr. 'Mabel Heggem ; sophomores. Bob Mul- According to' plans each school s'I lO re;x>rts an inspiring -a.nd thoro.ughly Arnold Tommen'lck. Chet 50111'. Nor­ L.eague $('sslon leaders. and Professor len and E.n�d Blake ; freshmen . Virginia send a team of flve students ot junior succt'ssful conference. Her rel\cUons man Frye. and Vern BHter. They ate n E Stu n and hlQ:h OI E a ll o a te he d �:::�:e I�a��I��\h : ���!�\r��� ;�� ��:l. ��ll :;��:�. (' ; � !:�Jj���!���ln� ��d ��m;�I:e: �'I� \\hich w�rl' quoted In Ihe �oncordi n. �:�� ;:�t��:e ��:��� �� M ' �::� cusslon 011 "The Importance or Living If subscriptions do not total 300. ver- spelllng-order after him will be his Concordln CoUege newspaper. . l/.lVe8 W'ade respectively. . It Christian Life:' This topic will bP ner Bitter has agreed to gh'e'C1rcula- ten mmntes so thnt the captaJns of each brief deSCri ption of l.he meetmg: " 1, Hrlen Holtcamp. chairman of thc presented fr�m the standpoint of a I lion manager Harold Johnso� the pjtv- team Wi� gl'L �he first s.ix v,'()rds and shall never forg('t the biessed days th� nffalr. l�as nppolnted a decoration com­ Christ lan repre1?l'nlat\\'e from each. of lIege of th rowl�Q: the fO nner in!Gtove ' the number t....;o men of each team the hal'e been prh'!!eged spend at the mltU'e to prepnre the gym for the car­ tbe rollowlng professions,' law. medl- Creek. Students are waU:hI9� Jhls Ilext 51,.. etc. The captains wiIJ draw L S. Con\"(.ntion , It hns bl'f'n a n\val. Included In Lh15 gr�up are Evelyn cine. teaching. mlnlstr�" buslne. ,, \ " for order-position In tho contest. o,.�. nn wager with Interest. adventurl' . Would that nil of :raYlOr. Louls� Willlam" Rolal ld Wucst.. ' ad \'ertlSl, ng ma�ager The words ror lhe contest wili" be pglorious nursing. Bob Mitchell. acif t Lutheran stud�n\.S COuld have Knthryn Anders:>n. AI �cKar. and Roy Saturdar the following to, S!tUClt, I ch�n , , Damian Glenn. had Athis opportunity atu,nd these Sch�_Blldt. . . . afternoon the group will has nppolllted by the Reverend engage In a panel dl5eUMlon on th � for the yearbook: in«erpan uncier- non-partlsan. . ·and all words Will ·be St"!'slons. . to enjoy this tello"'shl�. and The ..-onl.e$t.aIlL havlnti; the la.JIUL following topics : "Christian Conduct- dahl. Wlliys Fo':SOm . �IOMOm Wescott. taken from Webster's latest collegiate aoo\'e all. this challenge to Adv('ntur - number of \'O� bef, .ore chapel ' timE' , 1I be given, 50 additional The Way" by Dr. N , M. Vlvlsaker: nnd Mlldrf'd Tollf'fson. tills morning dictionary. Each student-spelelr will r,us <llsclpleshlp." , by the wl. " Christlan Principles" by Dr. O. A· I commJ.ttee. or Leaving Tacoma on March 2. Miss votes definition the ask right the hnve TIngelstnd. and ··Christlan. Dynamics'> words asked of him or her. The spell- Rorem arrh'ed In Moorhead in time . Among the features of the ever,lng by Dr. T. F. GulJi,.son. president or the Ing bee will be modeled In a general to altend the press conference on r�rl- wllJ be a minstrel shO� In w.hlch songs Luther Theological Seminary. St. Paul. Cha,rm ' GrOUP' Hears way according those.. held over.the day. the theme at which was " Adven- and tap routines ....111. predo�lnate. Mlnne};Ota. fh� nttractionS" nnnounced prenational hookups every Saturday after_ turaus n"l.sclplesh1p , Reflected ' In Besldeli Talk by C P.. . S. Man noon. \·Iously. elephant booth and f -. A highlight of the cOIl\ ention wllJ All minor rules of the contest Journalism." -the traditional banquet at' 5 : 30 In the ed betore the The L. S. convention opened for- tune. teller ha\'e beef) added for t�e ¥!ttl and denn�d he will Trinity Church parlors. v.-tth Dr. T. F. ' . At one of It-� most Interesting meet- spelling actually begins. mally on Friday aven!ng. The L1}eme progrll'!'. of the yelU". the Personality Club Gulllxsm! as spt'aker. To p�slde as mgs . " Ad\'entuTOllli team which will represent P. for {he conference ....as toastmaster is Re·,'. O. , L. Hanvlk of hean:.! a discussion last evening by a L. The t' Rev. A. E. Hanson. �t. Discipleship:' w\ll but s lccted. not >'et .been . ' BaJl�rd. First Luth,eran Church Ilt se- CPS student. Clarence Kelltlng. a be C.chohas session on " A Undercla'ssmen se first _the classes t this· spoke of Paul. English n from Ro the Kroup Miss GllbertsOll who is planning to cor- Christ· Chosen Discipleship." to aUle and music will be provided by a jumor. who spoke . on the typ(' of girl that appeals to col- relate guest chOtr. {he sPelilng with the 'regular Saturday morning. Professor J. P. Give Three -Plays Directly after the banquet . th,ere will lege men. The affair was held at the composition I Pflueger .ga\'e an address on the sub- I work. by home of �1S.� Norma. Preus. be choir .union rehearsal dlrecled ject: ··Ad\"(!nturou.'S DLsclpleshlp CanMusiC was prest'lIU'd to Ida Mae Hoss Club hns decided tQ .feaProfessor J. 0, Edwards Drama The not Be Lived Without Christ:' His lure a ' new method ' of dlrf'cting and Communion ' servlces are scheduled who played piallO num�rs. and Pauline Leaguers !Jears. LeWIS topiC was based 011 Hebrews IO ::?2. In presenting Its activities for Ita usual for nine o clock Sunday mornln� and Watts \ocal SOloist Helen Holtcamp et ' At Supper lUeeting the.afternoon there \\ere thr panel Sunda� School at ten o clock and 01- preSided during the e\enlng She .... Drama Night which Is scheduled for -atMiss Rorem groups discussion \Ine WorshJp at ele\en A M nsslsted b� Lorraine Thompson and The Luther League �f Trlnltv Church tended n group ....hO&e subject of dls- April 16 The E'nUre presentation will college underel8S5� The t....o convention gU�st speakers Louls{' Hendrlcltson Parkland �ned with a Sunday cusslon .... Ho.... Shall We "Deal be directed by thetalent the casta ot will conduct the M'rvlce Dr T F Gulevening supper last Sunday In the so- With Unbelief and Indifference on Our men from whose plays Ji:<son will act ItS liturgist and Dr N one-act three 8re to .be seleC� . ... ? program A chu�h clal rooms of the Campus It as brought out in the M [ylvisaker ....Ul. preach Ih e aennon Slunlher Party 'ViII MIss GUbertson club dvlser wUl su....a.� presented during the meal which discussion that unbelief Is not so tragic S l t"the TrUth Music "'Ill be pro_ featured a talk by Re\ Alvin Lewis mdlfference Indifference Is U Jlro- pervtse the productlo: v by Our Saviors Lutheran College Clinulx DraUla Night Tacoma a song Join sung by Mrs duct of environment and originates This Is the.first time that the ent.lre group ....il. I not be represented Christ the lJfe will be the subject Lev.1s a plano solo 'Palm Branches from a lack of renewal There are student for Dr T F Gulll,.sons final com en- Follov,lng Drama Night April 16 the peggy' Ramstad reading b} Corrine those that seek the rpal th,r.gs and In the clubs activities It Is tentatlvel� tion address dormltor} glfls will be hosts t:l the Malmln and a vocal solo ' A Mem- come Christian colleges and do not. planned to huve guest night.' which Delta Rho Gammas for a slumber par- ory", Don Monson fmd the things which they seek. Per- v.ould eliminate a..n admittance charge ty. Irene Odell Is making plans for Norma ?reus and 'E;\'elyn Nicholson sonal. wlt.nesslng was given as a wcap- to the entertainment. the affair. which will be the second planned the menu� while t ions decol1 on against Indifference. l Social�Service Work annual o\·emilht. party Uuat the.flelta were arTaIlged . by Peggy. Ramstad. The sessions contlnu.ed throughout Lulie!S Al!iSist L. D. R . '8 '!t. Topic Fg:1\1�,","ion Phi Kappas.. ha\'e �pon.sored. Signe Ness, and John Sluen. (Continued on pate 4) . To Sponsor Silver 'Tea · Mr. Claude A. Pillett, SOCial service In connection with their regular .....orker connected with the f§.I.therin As mee\lng the .L. D. R:s spo�red � Welfare Society in Tacoma.. addressed tea last Thurllday afternoon at . the Mission m�tln� here last Wed- , If there. be any among us who. ver- , d\:iplaylng gargantuan onions and A few spolless white shoes have -ap- "liver the' A. W. RamsU'ad hbme, with Mra. nesday evening. His subject was SOCial np,J eq.ulnoxt's notwlthst�ndlng. doubt Jack's own convinCing bean stalk on Its peared blacks amon� and the hardier Hauge. Mrs. Schrqtke, of Bothel, P. E. 0 w dl B se�:r :!=��: 7:� proJram In� the ad\'eot of Spring, l.�t the� Tt'ad the ���I�bb!:e;I��� .�!:: C: ' :�. :�:',���� s�r� �i\�:::��s y��,��� an�u�;:i_ R�r�:e�� h��:� plnno signs of the ti es cluded a reading by Jennie Bardon. follo....lng . � : Latin books on Mr. Franck's desk.. Dirt tend to retire spasm odlcilly, like the solos by Marian John.50n. songs by a and a vocal number by E\'a GJesdal. Beginning mo� Ihan two weeks ago. must ' be tlying up� on the hill! precipitoUs roblrr. . ': trio. Elizabeth "Sluen. Emma . Thoreen. Margaret Meh'er led I_he gTQUp In de- a bright colored�croc:us i).a.5 daUy,graced ,rem.ln� us of the truck 'loads Of"Which "bJacic . DoubtJes.s you have "obServed all the and Margaret Larsen: IU\d a "Ocal Mr. Xavier's buttonhole. This bou· loam pUe<! up In Mr. Olson's yard·. The new permanents decorating our cJa¥- selecllon sung by Eva Ojesi:laI. Mrs. \·oUon. tonnlere I.s a happy. campus traditl0l! coa.ch 'certalnly Isn't going to let any. ·rooms. Looks as If the barbers must" M. Lono. Tacoma. and Mrs. M. A. and Its c� flower announced' the prairie grass I:I"OW under J:tls feet! had Campus OIly! Chrtstensen. Parkland. gave talks 't'J season's as.�etln1tely as �e ·AIma.nac. .Then there's the library. Its con- have , Lenten Offering Lifted Should there yet be do.ubtlng .TI"lo- the group. . . .... FOllowing cl�ly thl!! ad'JeDt ot the gestion has been decidedly r:elleved 01 roues among you, wa refer y.ou In toto :The Mls5lon Socleiy colle:::ted its anwe noUced'Or..TIngelstad wear- late. If .YOU're lOOking for the over- to the sparrows tWittering in the Ivy, c Be Va ation gin. Today nual Lenten ofter!nQ: this morning Jng �ew bIte suit. with matched hAt now, 'we'll refer you to Park Avenue, to Mr. Edwards vaunting hia IfOlf scare after chapel exercises. The money and iii. It 'was a �ppy: blue, prog- or the general rllrectlon .or the �ek. to our pretty mafdel1ll .hO will crace Easter vacation ",til commence th1li taken in wUI be used to help finBllce DOIIUcatlng vlolfits and comnowers, and ing Post. Incidentally, tha.t Kicking' the Daffodil Fest!val, and to the tact afternoon at three-thirty apd will con­ PoIit tra.dltlon is'. due for Its annual that.vacation begins at 3:30 this after· tlnue until M�nday morning. March the .0rganizaUon's project which is to s�er akieS in the olting.: ' pay lor the. edJ.lc�tton ot a you9t in MOII � any 6b.servtng person �ust have· airing, It begins to fUocUon just ahead noon. 29. ""hen clas<;t'S v.'U1'be rUuJ!!ed again . Madapsc.ar. rem�rked the�nam boyant seed / NOW WILL YOU BELfEVE'" US? . at 8:10 a. m. ·catalog of the "yloleur and buttel\ups. :"> , II.

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EDlTO�tAL, S,TAFF ( ... 0, A. Tinl�ll!tad , With blOS¥l s/or br1ar.' the pale and Hazel �nJP EDITOR thlni:S. student, sbould do: "Three . 'the red, ' r p ABSQClATE EDITOR -, Norma !>rew ; ' .. �• •1,.:#_ ' (0 to. college, .� in �owledge.. and . SPPRTS WRITERS Roland Wueat, Nonnan' Prye , And" ireen. ttalr' ant 'juniper ' the floor- . ,low lri graoo. QVI.NG .-\.SD'��EES.Fales'Martln. oonrds ar: spread . . ReV. Chrllltensen Hello . . . BUY A SAGA . '. and here's what one thinks FE,ATUREs - Marian Johnson, L1nka 'De .Be"", SPECIAL WRITERS · Jack Odey. Walter.Schnack­ about life, turnips and un and on �nd on....: ' . CHET But lo! on the straw-bed lies. a -dying, ·,Wltat we need Is a return to sanity." cnberg, Kenneth Anemon, Marvin Jensen. SQLIE.-"Llfe?-Just bowl at" cherries, but don't get old Trull!, , . "We forget to .be gnte��' �:�or REPORTERS - Elva Bergman. Ilill Men:. Lavaun the plt.s.' , , . as for .turnlps, they s,�ldomle'ttuce" . . , L�tY With fore�e!ld C<lld and clammy. o;\'lth Hls SOn, "esU! Christ, that he gave to MoCall , Llewella Davies, Ida Mae Hoss, Elizabeth weak and ! !! t"ring pulse. . Above ali..,we forget the spiritual cfltch up with another popular people . . . "After a breeze . by him on the settle sits Inger. his Stuen, Virginia D!\\'l�, Wadene Calavan. bles.slngs Pod has· given to us.'; by BLOSS0!'f WESTCOi;f ·we said somethln' about !!,. Butwife, Aid!!, Jphnson COPY . READER A. W. Ra�stad TYPISTS COrrine Malmin, Irene Odell wprd tor thJ press . . , saId the ma.ld,-··pre·ss? Oh. yes. faithful In Ill� death as she was In "Out of the spirit of humlilty Is born . . EDITORlAL ADVISER Mr�. Rutn. Franck ... the prCS5, �'es·. yes . , . h� ha. the'Press, well. well"" . his life. charity.'" BUSINES:,; STAFF hurry ,and ll\ft: he who laffs last didn't· get the polm, ;! O. A. TInaelstad , .. BUSINE86 MANAGER - - - EUzatieth F'r1I.s anyway , , : BrotherTOMMERVIK broke down With this Why stnne not Ihe childr('11 !Iround the "Qod desires" to glv� all men eternal rnther's cot? ASSlSTf.N:T BUSIJiESS MANAGER - Lester Holte ' · happiness. God loves aU men. We qtlot{'j attribute 'all'that I have to my camp, a lgi, I�a�,' ADVERTISING r.lANAGERS -' 'Ruth OOwnt.On, ager · otherwise, 1.\.hink,..lt. was raspber'ry" . . Sny, Alas! a tenant'S . life Is hnrd; se\'ere think we must ourselves be lovable' In Vivian Smith.' the sight of God, but 000 loves all, who's s'posed to be kissing all the- babies, the cftndldate and st('rn his lot. CIRCULATION MANAGER - Kath:-yn -Anderson ... or the manager RUTHIE DOWNTQN l �a!il1ful'lIttle Six sons and one, young jaughter, away even the wicked." ' .- Helen Lilja, CIRCULATION ASS�STANTS J. P. pnueger mls.<;1 just smiled s\\.'eetly. and· said "Wonde;' \\'ho the from home, . , 'tis said, Thelma Ness dark hOM<1! Is gonna tIC?'" , answer to questlon-'"yes­ Must dnlly toll for shelter. for clothing. "'God has 'no fotm. He is a sph1t: Mabel H�ggem EXCHANGE EDITOR the origin of everything In Ilte: Christ Ilo-yes-no-yes-:-I' dOlft know" , . . Thnt brings the �nd for bread.. BUSINESS ADVISER _ _ _ Mr, 0, J, Stnen t Is a perfect man -( s dark horse???? . . We s.till dOll't think It's very eomp!!llIelllary to can a candldale for queen a horse . . VERN But old In!:er, ' his wife, from his sloe �:l�!:�e w���,�l� J. U. Xavier I BJTTER replied wllh thls-" St!lt a IILtle weary from the docs not parL. CHRIST, IS RISEN mountain trip, but I managed to keep In shftpe by play­ For though stiff b� her back. yet sort Is her henrt. illS ping-pong! !" .'. LORRAINE TIfOMPSOIi in the ; Easll'r is nlll 11 ti lIlt' for ! h(' jldt'lIst, of (:hrismidst of a delletoll$. chavo'\lnl repast on bologna. Intimated More faithful had llon{' through the March lllght-\t"Rt.chVl'i stay�d liallity, bul is, as flO olher, tht, Iil m' \\"lIt'll all . !llat she would like the subjects of ber queendom to'be And the\ bed�covers spread or the a� lopt as possible in this hour �f trial . . . MOOSEY ,!t'guIlH'nls against IWI' an' Ilan isllt'd i nlo ' oh- j pattering, \\'In<.1 whistling strongl straw-p,i low laid. F O I :�!�� ! � � h: :' � A symphony of weird unearthly song li\· iol1 . Easll'r HIlS,,"I' !'s' 'wry argtJllu'lll Ihal ' 1_��ll� ���? :.��� �:��� ; �?��! �� : � I I l e a I' l ed has t'\"t"I' ht,t'll rals\'d til " { ,"t't " \\" 1 1 1 ht n.llsl'!1 b.V\RG�NIA DAVIS Jl!v('aled nothing, after Ihree long With her apron she wipes h('r che-ek, HOWIS fierceI}' neath the covering ot�:--... . .' . . : , , h agalllsl Ihl' IrU lh \of Chl'lStlUllIly, If Chnsl IS irlten'leWs . In short, the subject wasn'l t'ven mention­ I A:11���:cs swirl madly In Ih('lr fl!ght. , . Well, \"ote (or· SOme­ F:r ���I���s.s:���';C:�IIll(,d ;; the fast- �1\ IHll l'iSt'lI, \"hl'TH'1' Illt'li l'lllIlt'S lIlt, l t'khralioll I . .."t:f :-" Thftt's real fnsclnation ' , '�rS froth, and trees Mnd low failing teftr: Ollt' l Be jl&triot\c, or alma matvle. or somethlng. , , of Easlh hy all Christians Ihl's(' Ih mlSanti TO,hall Ute '\'lIlds of March t�at blow. ' And she reads him a!:ain, from Iht' "",,,,'.' If <:1,,'i,1 I", "" I ri,e", how will Book of the Lord, J , t.o.';slng. w;wes breaking hlgh_ " ;'xpluin I hl' gn "" lh of Chrislianity? If CllI'il<il . W1th a voice a11 RQul\'er, the comCort- Ships I ' A. rhapsody of music rushing by : ing Word, is shll dead, what wus Iht' power Ihat, owl"Pounds rythmlcaJly ullon the \.05Slng' IlIn \\, IIll' Iwathl'1l n'ligilllls of �I]('. t't1l1tll"l' 1 ship. � : " She cannot COUllt the drops, nor mix While :1'Ie1l'llls, allll lt'!1 Iht'll' \0 atlt)1 )t I.hnsl ·.' Is I I , sails bent wlldl�' as ·they dip. the powders odd; W:lters leap and slop tho. li81l possibk I h a l tlwl'!' t'xisis a PPI"SO]l so " ! l i d tlf The draught she knows 'gaJnst death The As March continue!> her grim gall'. � - � St'IlS{' as In t h i n k thai Iht, It'a!'IH't[ ( ; I't'(,ks and was taught her by her God. Sign"!! Mldt..<;D.ter , U H \J IN'H'fto It sprln� from Llfe's clear fountRln: Humans, whilSt' l"l'ligiolls had sal isfit'd Ih(, 111 '' � with SImple words It flows IRRATIONJ\LlSM: OR DERANGE:l\-IEST� Ii" fill" thollsands (Jf �'l':lrs, :11141 whtlSt, II'm l'll's Slll'Round Him who left the. gra\'e and up � , ' I usre identa mind we don't but nuts! going hy 1� 1 passed allY thing thai ClI I'istiallit" has h u i l l . and heav�n WOMEN AND CHIL DREN FIRST! From 7 o'clock in the wlms{' pr i't'Sls \\"1'1'(' 11i(' I,:('('lll'si ,ilinkl'rs of !Iwi!" , j j I t at nlt t w t n Illg- But hftrk! He draws ' tim !' YI'S. if (:hrist is iH.I rist'II, \\'1111 \\'ill 1'1'j his breatlh_lhat �: . :���� �I�n;_:;;:.. ��; :\,:;, ��:r �;�� ���I��� . A. IVERSON � lnst lind weary breathl lit,\"{, 111:1\ !Iiust' ]It'opil- would han' \;,:l S\ awa\' Of course WI.' don't mind it so much when we're In the So, K St. , , Tacoma, Wn, E game ourseh'es but stili tht' person who Invented the His eye e'en no'w Is dnrkened by murky , , 501 Ihpif" religion, alld llt.lupll'd Chrisliullit .... , if it ' ''''''' ':'''''':'' I£I, '''''''''' ""'''' " ,7;." , ,,,;,,,, e : f a � ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, sport should have looked int:> this . . We grant CARSON iUl i!J, � , Wt'r(' a I"t'ligillll of a t!t'ad Chrisl ·.' If Chrisl is , A1'lDER!30N Ih'e best score of the wl'ek. with � 21-1 ad­ B�� �� �e: :� his bridal-bed d tlt'ad. \\"ilt'llt"t' tllt'll has h;'�11 Ihl" po\\'pr I h a t has n d be vantage ov�r little kid from tile local grade school im Col lins 'Ski Shop 'J cilanJ..(t'd eilaradt'1" from dark ness 10 light, und o ne, look� t e :em:!�'r � ::Sa�� � ��h: quote '"hello mao h� Rut Uij a great fight and I'm glad I I , l ilt' ('otlrs!' I)r hUIIIUl1 history fnlTlI ('OITtlJltion , won" unquote . WFi�n ' y"Ou gOlllla move your bed ill ,nly ,,," III pnlgl'('SS aile 1 rl'fi lwl11t'11 1 '? If (:itl'isl is df'ad, there. Carson? . All kidding aside, It I!! a great i!;ame, BROTHE�S - TA.COMA who will explain how, nol only we, huI lit£' about . lhe bed- IJOst. she hand With and a big relief from the old t wid dling Of thumbs" . . So millions of Chrislians all O\"l'r ·Iht, wodd are UNDERDAL and McCALL er agollna do 'er ...h . ��. good bends, with effort $pre. assf'llIhlt,(] ti!is day 1 0 tTkhrall' our li\'il1g ',()NI·.' ear r aged - �--"""'-'-----"'OJ luck and happiness! . . (we expect the cigars anytime ��::t�I�� ����r:'� I . . · 9AK OTNESS Is shore aUkln' VIVIAN SMITH. �:� D('Il\' Ihe " ('SllITl'l"lion of Chl'ist, UI1(1 YOU She rises and slowly breaks forth with After the Show hI! even went so far as to sa)l so. canllot l'xplnin ti l(' Church of Chrisl, and �'Otl a sob, w i l l hu\"(' the gr'ealest institution of the world. . "When his hands ha\'e been folded, I m;erlitrowing the strongest institulions of the , am ready, my God!" world , l'ontrary , to , t he pel'v('rtc( � r� ' asoll of Commerce �t" T(lComll, Wn. IlH'Il, and yd hnnglllg 10 Ihe world III(' ()Ill�' IL3

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Dear rea� (?� Did someone .., teU me tha� ba3ketbaU l\e8.SOn \lias .. �· o\er' IUld �ha\. sprlpg had springe<! By defeaUng the J,.1bernl Arts and " " " " " " " " " " " " '." " " " " " " 'f" " " g th af m n ed Well once ag>aln the tlmt has com )[t; sklrtlng the ends for 8 gain Of-: �l �h:C!�t�r�':on\li�r.::e 3'3�r:sk:rt:l; y;�rs �Uly :: : �:p for l Our scribe /to seat hlfl,l.Sotlf at his th�ee yard lo!l.s Army Is determined. Under�ood and pound out another col· he'r stalwart; sons are digging their the P L C sport fans beca e be , ,,hamplonship The L A .H S tum us · tOOk the lead at the hal! by a score umn Gosh ';I;lth the hoop s�- cleats 11;\10\ t,he turf As the Navy back �Ieve It or dqn t. remnants at the de- ot 16-8 Hov.ever the second half $howready tucked a....ay tor 'another �!ar elects to kl&, Sll�lnskl ploughs through throlJed p/iji: t'rtc Lutheran Gladiator ed an entirely different senior Uam. .".hat Is �here to pound uol' Let me to smother the punt q ' !'!l o op ulntt't played a game last Mon- The defense tightened up holding the gt't my ps)chlC distance Hmmmn �ov. �my has the ball What wU l - a� the south- L A -H S team \(l three field goalS W' all feel that text books are chang- '.' Co' The hne shUts Into an un - day night In the building ern extremity at Parkland s College v.hlle the !Senior forwards were garnered too otten The Unherslty of Wash- balanced (ormation to the left no Ing 21 points , ' Ington takes this "'et'ks Irish lace cu�- It� to the right The backfield fOl;lTls campus q . ia ": p p or lt the tono�lng }Il.rl) about re- Ith 9: single ,dngba<:k. �ow Ingle- A hoop uintet from Seattle that The standlhg of the i'ettms . boasts the name at Quesman Athletic ' W _ L placement of �;(t books.: T Polnu ' v.itl. . kes ttle ball• .hands It to CaTVer. . . Club had nerve el}ough to comle down SenJors . 3 6 0 .0 Stopped by a tratrlc orrtce; for speed- . It Tumer-J"oe. look .and see If Ing. 1\ U. of W. freshman .....as asked the Turner came. Iry for Caryer-well any- here a�d tangle \"'lth �he" ·tindefe�ted Sophomores . . . 1 by Lall viet,\,. when L. A.-H. S. usual question aboul " where W(l.S the way ICs a�lateril to TIlornhJl1. He's (de!ea�d only once Freshman . 0 0 3 0 h i t he Ut!e 'P rkl id bo lA>hman medalled 66 to MCCormlck's fire." etc. , � fading bACk. to plI;SS. He :shoots a long ' �:: : It � t�e fray �ha� wa:�hand�':.d b�' :.It'S. DaP�r and her staIt of 'asslst- _ 63. Saturdoy after the first nine was ·'Oh." said the 'rosh. "I'm )lUrrytng l one: It's sailing thJ"!lugh the ozone.. ant.s chose the �onOWl�g a.:' ·the 1931 aU star Baron" ex-football " Barorrsky s over-:- Lehman_had a comfortable tour to phlla:sopp.y cla . s befort' they change fWalt a minute-wait a mlnl\te-:-th�re turned Into a rout tor the locals RS they. star warn: ' . . books again." ' . Wl\.o; 11 penalty on the play. 'yes. Har. nine holes to. go. The the uP lead With- on,ly ' Bentrlce Sidder's u;oph�JJ;lOre,: for. p . yard-I m�n )'lavy e . Golf takes ' the spotlight now With must ha..v� been UShed the I vaders ott th 'floor to .....ard; Wadene Calavall (senior). formateh ended .at the t't.!Yireen. the tune oi-{-3S. plng-pt)llg running a close l;econd. .EX- orr-side on ·the play. 'fh4:.- referee IS . . •. ward: Thelma' No:oss ·(senlor) • �enter; Lehman deteated 'Bob BraU'li. Har- citing table tennis qattles are waged I walking oft the penal�Y. . . Flveytl rds' ' . -v- ¢l Judy Benson· (senlor) . slde·cente.�: "Hel. old .Nllsen. an� John SWen to gain e\'ery day In the boy's dorm'. Norm yl's orr-side �alty-walt. ten . en Scott f�nlor). g�ard; Virginia Da� � _ � . the !inal�. while McCormick defeated Frye. who says he rules the �ble te� yards. titte-en yards-It must be .a !t0ldvis (L. A.-H. S:), gUi;U"d. Honorable . . ' \·tlud Johnson.. SlIi.n Fries. 'and Lloyd nls raost. Sl!-Ys he 11\'111 put hls.Htle on Ing penally. .wo.....!. Twenty. twenty- I 1.:� Melba Fenney_. Alice Cook. mentlqn: '1.. . " Thl,>mp'son. . the block anytime. fe\)as. expect rive. thirty. thirty-five.. What Is -thl�? _ , __ ___"ill Marian Danekas. _ _ '�� '�ose OJ, th� golf team for the first ""Butterball"" Moe and "Backhand': Mc� ·It 'm�st hU\'e been "SOmethlng .awful ta l The �. �. C. qUI�. p of four Leading /iCorers for the season wer�: tet. made u atch were Bud �n Lehman. No. I. Har- Cormick to. corner the c�anlp f?r a make It half, the distance to the goal. · .. . ......43 . Wadene CalavlUl ry McCormick. No. 2 . Jol;ln Stuen. No. 1 champion:,hlp series very soon ncw. Forty: forty-rive. fifty. lIfty-flve. fifty- I regulars and a sub that' burned' the .. <lO Beatrice Sidders up. r�allY pla;"ed a grand galll!' 3. �Ioyd Thompson No. 4.. "and 5t1}l! Wlth the arrival. of sprlnl( weather seven-boy: lbls will go down as the \ floor ..riIP 'em In Tony." As could be ex36 Marian. Danekas . Of Fries, No. 5. Fries won fifth poSitIon ! 'If I.hat darn sun ever sh�ws IL" fl\ce longest pena4Pt In hlston:, Oh. Oh. 33 Norgallrd Esther . by defeatlllg Nilsen and Brazell. I!gain l the boys wlll orgallize the 193'1 pardon me all to pieces. ll�ten�rs . It .per,ted: the locals were pacca. bY that 24 Rosalle JenSen h!1-conference celller. Hal Nilsen. who . Matches lined up date: April '9'1 soft ball tournament. with fonllidable seems thAt that was the end of the flrst ... 24 Helen Holtcamp . I'nds. shoved the casaba down the .hoop·s Portla11:d Unlve�ity:' APrll . 16. Llnfield: squads boasllng the cream of th� quarter and they're changlllg throat nearly every time hI' Eat his A g�at deal of Interest was SI�Own April 17. Portland) Ullh'erslty; April 23'. crop. "Moe's gang" and the "Second Whew!" o en.son. flnd Mrs. DaP: s this game the In Nilsen hands ball. the collected on . . . Bellinghllm: Aprl1 24. U; B. C .; May 6. Floor Hoodlums"' will soon be stretch• , only 20 'polnts-take a bow. Hal. that per. physical cducatlon director, was o/Illngham: May 7. Gpnzaga Univer- f Ing thel� mUSClcs on the rock IJlle. whue . , . . I\.�_ VNY pleased with the outcome. better is did t you during than I i declares May 15. Ellenllburg. B ll Capp.-r,"erSLwhHe !lay boy. � A on. The rampaging. stampeding host , ----Ills boys are rendy t"J defend whlltcv�r . . . . F defend. ... ... • of the evening WI\.') Ma:-v Jenson. the r • Tnble manners ' are a pllrt of the l lt Is they'\oc. gOL v.on t · ·c reaChed s glas who Is marvel se -less i.)asketball curriculum at Marquette be long till YOu'Ul'll'ar the crack of bat l t f n Univ{'rslty. On trips and in private on ball. or of ball all cstcller's m.1ti. MEANS R.i\DIOS �:� :��'::v:r ��: t����: �: �;� , dining r.ooms. Coach Bil! Chandl{'r al- I: the �aseball talent of Parkland I�·es as . ay Ig 11.0;. "�We Sell Hlppincu" lected 15 counters. "Swede"' Is now a lows his huskies to take turn.� in doing ·Capps. and Tacoma) locks horns rqr 54?6 So. Tacoma Way ' '. candidate for the pOs�-Season all-star, I �omething wrong at ' the dLllIlf'r ,abk' I that mythIcal cuspidor. The Womcll.-s . Athletic ASSOC!Rtlon . . _ __ squad The other high scorer for Park;� th�� �h� ot�e;, may tune up th(.ir , n a m de t ' � SOHe) WhO r ique e A �l:�.���� �:�� �:�:a; ���e�i�� ln t�� land �'as S. S.· iSlippCIY _ I, I Leask s pomts. 14. mere II ! gatherf'd D l���1 gymnasium. M.rs. Adah apper J,.n "" -= = = = = = = = = = c.: . ':cted the exhibition. assisted by already,thinking about fishing and canI� . nC<)HA • . '',' JI nect. that with WA"'H. Loulsf Hendrickson. W. A. A. presl- nerles and couldn·t con I IJI tw� polntsd . .for your Elite' Pe'm,ne..t "" i attendance. basketball-net result. iii dent A larg{' crowd wa.s n MEN'S. WEAR . unexpecte, lin became who Ford. C;IUIUllteed Oil Pcrm" Prexy atrfllr the �t was 'e\'ent The opening I, � . . , Men's Suits, Overcoats, Shirts, Ties. $3.00 .lind Up a grand march led by Elsie Barrett. aSl.ronom�r In tPe prellmlnar?" eouldn � Hats, Ca� o s, Un· d erwe;:J r . The Men's , 8415 Park Ave 4059 ' , Excitement! Rivalry! Brawls! All Elva Bergman. Ruth Watney and AUce connect v.!th the hoop and \\ent· !;COre STore women like to shop in ....._______.___.!I. members of the student arc urged Cook. and following this the group pre- less to turn Ollt en ma�e lall 14 ot yOU) for sented II. numbt'r of formal gymnastics. Paulson Rnd Rooney werl the :Ilvad� ...................................................................... � the 912 Pacific Ave. spring' c'asslc. Baseball Is "I<ing." after which [\ group dance "Pop Goes I Ing st.ar.;. collecl!ng 14 and 10 poInls : � So It's " Take Me Qut to the Ball Game." the WeaS£'I:' and an Am!'rican folk respectlvei}'. But even the high scor- 'j-__ . � still think that the be.';\. football dance wa.s given. . ers couldn·t Inspire their teammates to \1 � gag of the S('aWIl \\'IIS (urnI'd In by Pat The \next ev!'nt WitS a tap routine and victory over the Glads who hl\ve had ALOETTE H � , O·Brien. the moom pItcher actor. when a folk dance. "Strl\.�ak." followed by a somewhnt .of a prolonged rest. PORTRAITS WITH WELCOME STUDENTS he portrayed a sport announcer on the wllltz clog. There was _then a review In the preliminary fracas the grM� , INDIVIDUALITY !lating" seniors played the undf'rclass- I OJ radio recently. His llne of chtltter wl'nt entitled "Hungarian Cl.ardas. " I!! . .... ... .. ... .. .. ... ... , _ . a I gmduated somethmg like this who Barorrsky v.lth men Heg. by led A Mabl'l tap , mll1tar} � ........... ,....?".. U , iii Dh bo} folkS v.hl\t \ ga�{" There gem Thelma Nes.o; and Irene Odell rev. years ago on the rormer team" The must be at least lOO 000 fans here formerly I tumbling exhibition \\hlch tus.�le was fmally turned Into a riot by preceded i dll\ Grant or Na.} 15 taking the ball feAtured head stands formations hand the Baron and quarterback Ja} Smith I not Grant I t·s wJokkiewo- springs cart\\;heels Rnd other rolling The referee galloping h,a1f,st�p :ru-no � F H KRUG Manager L4:tte. S w ut� u •. Specialty ' wltl.. the fullback. who plunges through maneu\ers land v.1\.� unable to keep his an on t g u 304 W �l R���:u"d,ng m for four vards. Pardon me folks. Skla- C1lmaxlng the e\enlng s Iltralr was top-res��� �a\�l ::�:Yb�� : M n c��� , and spinner a on ball the t�k 4 dowlltz , l!l � � �: � �: � , �� . , : , . . . . ,, , . . .. : a dorm-day basketball game In which V.II} .. . r!J" , .,�,!,��. �� .:-----------to at a later date the day glrl�' team took'the 'dorm group Unued ". 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. The men's dorrrl\fof'}" UniOIl h�s pur. ' .-f1uegr Bvrrlng thl' M!rmon At the . Tht' royal court which \11'\11 ",Igo oW'r . ....mong the ea.rl}· spring Affairs to be chRSed somE' plng-pong- E'qulpment ....ceordlng 10 a h.:ttl'r TN'f'lved T«rnt- tpl:oo There tht' dktrodli pAgeant sta� RnnuRl)).' I/!\'e.n on thf" C8.mpU5 was the Irish tu for' which a room hR� bt>1'1l arrangt'd iY rr the A1J;V'lR chapter of Gfllnma ere o·tloc� s�n'Jcf'.!1 on Sunday. n � t O he r n r � in Ta�m� And �YRllup will hA\'e onl ' �:��. i ��t C t/; ���\���:n����� I :�t ��� ur�:����� f!: ;�n� sc=;�� �r:r :���'th���:r::g �::; �: :� :t . �:�:::� :.�::::: : :1: :: �: Man� othen; ",ere In IH�nd- atlendftnt selt'Cltd from P. L. .C. to of the �mt$�er' led by the membt'rshlp. and P. L. C. s.hoolfi. KAPIJRS on Tue�ay �fternOOr]. �Rrch .theObforemAIning ne . ,partielpare In the ft.Ctlvlt-itS ?,'hlch lue A rt HaAvlk prt'sident of the or- found eJ(glblt. to establish " l'hRpttT l'. . to P. L. C..s d l ate was ,, of. 1\ tnb\lte 16. In the rt'eeptlon room. DRffodns. gani;:.atlon. Other officers are "Ice- Ule' soetety. l(l: led for April 10. " . . �oncordl.Rn. ,,'l'hlch states schedu pus."ywUlol\·s. ytllow e:mdles. and pr�ldenl. WAIter .&;hnAckl'nberg; Sot'C GAmmR Delta UPsilon Is R nlHionRi �Ivl'n �651he Five girls have been cn�ri .b)' tht R formed �he room InIO A � o Lft ndO; li nd fire mRr- ho y ' t � : �11���t ;t::I��; ::r::I��R��':U!� racul�y and 'from this group the qut'f'n's � � � :�� : :�I 7r����;��;. � = I ��i : nt:� ��:: :�� S. I la � � p ;:r r . s f:\T-weslern, �lSttlr l'�lIege. �jle nob- �t1enclRnt w:1Il be .stleet«t by t.he TFIUpon Rrrl"lng each girl presen !" . Ism. to sponsor �the adherence to the OUt oHert'd by la�g" COl'll!!. C�amoer of Commercl'. ' tt'd with a gTt'('n shamrock to wrRr In- ! highest slftnd!lrds of Journ�listlc "'ork Iy mt't _ the challenge the !>pIrlt of SI. PRlrll'k'� day. and wAf . . ' ' I 11 f i In college publlcRtions. Rnd ·to clil.tlvate � e!l!'gat lon .. . w�cto. you. .sa�! their �choo l This Is t.he nrst�eRr thAt P. L C. . on I Orl'hlps ,," . welcomed At the door by 'Loul� WII. hFl.� been asked to participate dl' � a spirit ·of profe!.')lbnal pride Rmong . lIarru;. acting hosteM. The program Ruth· Ho....ard. recti)' In the cofo�lui rete. ·The parade . '32. .....� mRrrled to the journRllsm students of tHe nR�tlon. . .). ' typICRIJ�' Irish. wA5 .. plannf'd b�' Nev-' Mr. Gt'9rge Elwood Hickman. on Sat� ChFlpters havt Rl reRdy been elltRbllshed will contluue from nine R. m until "pIt yen. through Tftcoma and' on ·to plla RoM. A.�trld Anrlrr"'.)n. find Agll/'S urd,,}". Janul'lry 23 . . Mr. and Mrs. J:llck- R� SacfJ'm,nto. Fullrrtoll. and Grtlnd S . Sk:. . ' .kl" Sk: ' . ruyallup and Sumner. Mohn. The follo",'!ng numbers "'ere man wI\] mak� their home at 131 4 Junctfo.!l JU�IOr Col�ges. . 1.- .Ski.Ilre$('nte<l b�' a group of girls all c1Alm- Connecticut A\'e .. Washlngton.- D. C. The Mooring MlISt stMf hall wrltttll . -The Unlv.('rsltY of ·MlnnesotR·s "barf"Ing FI strain of Irish ancestry: Girls' triO.·' M s!S Jane Harrington. a student, herf' for further Informfttlon concerning' tile Maureen �ade. Mlldrrd u.rsen. and last I .semester., hRll FI poc<;ltlon 'In San matte�. Requlremtn(..� for IndJvldual . One doesn't have . to be a skier to be loot girl," In·grid Larson. had � tAke . e l g a s a I be ea w e �::���!t���!n�;, :�����: c;�� ���I��� �:�t !� .�ba�e�:��: I��.� :c� �:v �g �he �:r::�.g a�: ".�ot��� Fr�:;��;�c�:!t���;;"IS attending ��n- �: ::.:�P :;�/�I��I��'��n�A� �� sk r-.lAchree··: a non.lty skit. "Colleen taf college at forUAnd. OTegon. college publications; candidates m'ust l.lng. Cont�rtlo�lsm IS-E.,ulte- an flTt ·qulred whlie lIylng .in Haw9JJ. she wore Rnd Paddy:· �e'1acted by Janlct Roberta Torrison. '36, who Is In tmln- hRve R � avtragt;in. at lealt 12 units In Itself. but add a pair of skis. R dash shoe� until recently , when an ulcer r a ga h D S n r t I�:it�,::,:n::��·��� ��u:� r:!;t l�a�tr- rubblng. develOped " d ,:y �g:I�:�e �:��I:. 5�0�� �� N:r:�. � l� :t�:�e:� \;�: �!g:�:;a�e:�:� :;U:�e ;:�I��tl� ;�:':i�:v::!��:· . :� ::e "Danll�' Boy'"' sung by E\"tlyn Syvtr- tor Scandinavians �ause of the Norse lege or college during the. enH�e semes- tortl��'I<;kl. The senior tlRis. nRme for {j1o �"''''''''':''''''. � Is Hey. whlfh ont of these legs bt- : . "'rlth Ne\'elllL � gh'ing a \'Iolln she studied hert undtr Prof. O. J. St..u- ter preceding c�nsideratlon; hortorRry It ng� 1:<' me?" Eastman . Kodak Stores . ""!�m�.I$ shall be cqnsldered according 10 obligato: a.n Irish reMllng' presented en. r O(te e�hIlRTating. The Is I'kt-of constitution. l In the F lon<; s lUl provl. to b '31. and n. a TIetJen. Cala\' Herbert S Wadene of numfinal sranc r · .bi'r ··When Irish Ere.� are Smiling:· to. l�. engaged to be marrJe<I soon. s�nds majestically poised. ,'Iewlng- the vast ?anoramR belOW-A ,,'hlle-washed ' featured the giTl�' �rlo . IdR MJle Hos.� The marriage. of Ml<;s Pauline KUhn ' hili; with a cUl"Ye or t....o. to give t�Rt 1i " KODAK HEADQUARTERS lun'e plano accolllPunlmtnts for the to Lewis StAples. both �f DuPont. hFl.'> BUSlneSS S Ch00I . .:.". ". . � i e r t l · Tuition :��h;:v�:t�!�b�I���n:f::ln.<;Tt�e�n���: @J.. Offers . rn������nI1U;a��:·. I)Qrothy KaPlJRh\n :7;n;;dt ;��. �. ��C�;;.I)�h: :r: : � sta.nd why Halliburton e.alle!1 hL� book -fin. d Enid Blakt' I.\.rcsldNi At tea time. Ing their home Rt 1224 So. YaklmR. TaEyan.�ton. tIi.-Ten r�\l tuition :;chol- "The Royal Rood to Romance." The .... Ith Katt}[Yri Anderson. Ddla Phi K1 - I " �o.. ..flloo,.o � JORd. Indeed--<lOOh. the eanh KRlllla presldrnt. and Elsie Barrett. George H. Ru.�lad. a former P. L. C. arl>hlps to graduRtes of Junior Col- royal IPS from'''Under �nd one Is off to a alLU_SHARMEER HOSE Dt'lta Rho Gamma president. pouring. !.tudent. ls rcglstrar for tht Rt>d River It'ges 11,'1 1\ I� g��ntrd by thf' North- �premftture 'I giving romanee $1.00 to $1.65 th i <;l; start. .COmSchool of U I\·el"Slty Detty Evanson. Signe MldSlat�r and Bible Co\le�e. Grand Forks. North Da- w('Sltrn 1 . ' O lra k e th o I :... � :;:s �1!�:'w�:����ve����to��� � �:�at.i:. :;' 1�:�;IA::o���:!� ��: O��. ar;d Mrs. Daniel F1otrt': both �a���� ,�� ��; �i�:�1 y���119;:_:t serve-�hls-what-have-I,don!' - t ()by Henrietta O·N{'Il. Mary Machlt'. and gmduFitts of P. L. C" left IlISt week for The scholFlr�hlp have tx<cn estabR�y",ond Electric Co. . oh-crash-crack-finale JFlnlce Broness. the middle weSI In the 1nU!rt'Sts of the ll�ht'd In · reeO@"nillon of the high call- deserve--oo CONSTR UCTIO N dOlle b�� Junior collegc.� The VIctim stirs. ,-\n eyelid flutters , j� ELECTRIC AN D SUPPLIES Qold Run Mining CompRny:of- which ber work !wIng the country ilnrl thl' ex; One e�e opens. The other eye .responds. ----. mRny ParklRnd people art" me 'bers: throuJ;lhout 91 5 Commerce reflJ.S('s to move There:s ) 6K. 1 7 1 2 a student :r� ·IFl.'>t ('el\C'IlI recor:1;Is made by juniOr col- but �he heada�ound CARAG� year.Josephwill Running. PARKLA�D Ule Ilec�-there s @J, ' '''"....-\!i be In Tacoma APr} :. all a lege ItrRduatts :It Northwe."lern unl_ someth:ng S!(ell �soline and 0,1 one. Rh. �methmgleg. Un<;l;lnd. 51 ". ....".:;". " ". " """:); ' ''' '',..,,..... ""ti) rslly. e \· St. the of m Cl\Olr 6 fr . memtx>r OIRf I Dependabl� Gr�asU'lg t d. � e . field. Minn North e R �EPA1 GENERAL I �h� u :�� ��:;:::: wr��. :� th;�:�;: :�H;h::�I:.��=�lf� S:::I��I��r:n�; � THE BUe ........,",..,," """,,)··,,·,,"1iJ � of the uni\·erslty. hRve the gTf'Rt.- to discover that the leg is attached to ; ·-U"de-r New '_-.J IY _ _ _ _ __� Ma"ageme"t tRpaclty for oU'flandlng another victim. Victim number one � potential e�t j ' be The Bt'�1 5e... Foods Our gOods are gcxx:l r-----� ---., � sllcces� I I b Siness and journRII�m. twbts. pulis. Ilnd Jer� himself around � obu.ned I U Broadway Shoe Repair t e f m I n P.rllll."d' Li.I<'IoCh S op I ;��:I:t��O��!hl� h ........... � I � LEWIS FISH MARKET c:��:�C}� Ch��� ����n ��� ��e C;:�ht :��I �� .�� ·s!� CRYSTAL PALACE MARKET trom;ers. The right leg 5 missing. Vi51· .....'.." ............''''� health. and ncter. � 1 . ��?;$S6f����:e� � BR 4267 . Tacoma. ·W a�h ,e e M. headlines. o � s S ··Skier I'C l se ; Northw stern unlv sltY · hool of slolls o� M Get you. new h e g T r o e a o EASTER COIFEURE ..... + ��-----� �� �;I���:d �� :�;::�'sc�n�;� �::i� � �)� :r;;: �e ll;�;!� q�:�����·· I:ad�� ! I who plan to covered fastened to It.� �kl ....·hlch � M. ...d. Coltu""... f_ R�nt ;��g�rfor stho:'W' students g ln I.he branches of n�lghbor- I Coo ed BeOluty Shoppe d a D ';; , t�: :I��:::r�I��: t :: �:a�::: �; �:e. Union Ba.k. St.OPI ... ' ' ' '' '' ".." .,' '''''' '' '''''' '' '' '' ' ' " . ....Patro"i.� . of pro\'lding contact ","Ith business With the ni genuity of magician.legs ft''?------:------� firms wh06e personnel manager� Rre and dignity are recovered. and said ' C P KNUDTSON. Pmp. I ' . Parkland. Wash. .I sf'eklng. competent YOUnl.: men .and victim joins the hilarity ofR' others about TACOMA'S LARCEST , ob foreign who watching I".-�-him are I y,·omen Home-Fu,"ilhinp .S.tore- , . . ._.l ThC' university offer.; junior college ject rolling towardS them. J t an- i NEAL E, THORSEN C#1oe.11 C(,6... graduates a special opportunity to como. other amateur havIng R ren,: """""""" ' " "'!i) . pole. ski a with especdesigned se t . .... .. ...... . .......... " plett' a two'! year cOl,lr 8alloonl �bk.n, P.�r I Br:OB��=!:eL;::��...,�o. � I Noi.. 810w of two yean; lail), to follow the firM -----------' ' * o..h, S ,puti,,� r � ---' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ � · 926Y1 6rOiJdw"y MA. 4661 Hi,'"'w"y ;:��\� ....:::k:T:� :�O:r�::t/;� J r Churchhill"s C<>"lIt Shop you 10 St'f! !,",�'r n�w sorong SPRENGER & JONES studt'nl's program for Hit entire four """,Iesblouse� (;:\r1allcl 1Xfil-J_;] I!I yeflT 5 1 .98 ro 54.95 . II -�=========� l)('riOO. I WalC,", andJEWELERS ''''''''' ' " ." " .. C I L �. "".,...., "...� InformR�lon regardll;lg. the !;ChoIRr- I C�r��� Jewelt R�p"i.;nl �rto�':'e·!� 1F""""""="""il i · . Ef�ectlve ' p"nttng " 5hlp� Rnd for appllcatl?n forms :;;hould I . y g �,;g��,�� ���:!: -:---· 1 I 147 6'oad;a�eci.ityy 6R. �3.75 � LAUNDRY and Planned and Produced :;Sl:�=���e:�� �:�:we��e� ""�����: :--sitl' School of Commerce. E\,an:tton. CLEAN I NC SERVICE , Parkland Mercantile C�. EASTER FLOWERS at Extremely Low' Prices P.rkl"nd. Washington Chicago. Ill.-CACPJ-An all-expeflSf" AND CORSAGES trip to NeW York City. plW! a total or £,operl Photo Finishing, Photo Suppl i�,. Prompt "nd Courteous $1.000 In cash prizes. J.s being offer d PROMPT AND e Tacoma La1,lndry ServiCe students nI B prize c:gmpetltlon for es­ C AREFUL SERVICE says on "How Ad\'ertlslng BenefiLS the Pantorium " " h"" 97.000 tml.. dunng I ;; """,weeks.. �::':; y the LIEN & SELVIC " I son·Co HAYDEN.WATSON. � John Cleaners past three a bronze-skinned . . x COmpan " ""''"0" Oro.. 726 POlCific AveniI': BRdwy. 2236 freshman atu,e University o MinneDirect Im�.ters o f th� Fines! Flo i ' l t t r Norwe'l�n Cod liver Oil sota has not been trying to prO\'· e that I . Cor . l llh and TKO""" Ave. . he. really Is an IndJan. "Ugh" I.s hls 256 sOulh I Ilh Slr�et Phone MAin 7314 I entire speaking part in a play. �---- -----:

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Gunner!;'()ll. mlsslollnlj' borne on A'merLcan Lut hern Church. Dr. J. C. Thl!' Salta .;staff has lI.'1ked that an 1 r d a eI f ther l be made In h o th e . <t:�����I�r:�:. ::���l �:�I\�:::�::��a: 'f �t'���� a��f 1���;:��I1:r�a�� ��dt��" i;��ll�:;' ��I�:��'C:II\�g:� flllIetl�: �I��I�d:ll\'�:S� ona p u rt �th.U f t' kll:�n�' th�/ \,;!� I:I: �:: !;:g: �:�;'\:�: h al.lnual. e of rrn'nt rp" O [t!l � ' l'd d altc d n l s l nge Tl n. Dr. YesterdllY Ii'i ' e la!i:t w ek 011' ht'r l"xperlenc s bt'�11 - cllo�11 to rcl!,'11 ovcr Jhe' May ! 11.'111 open to�orroJlll E\'cnlng at e ight ' West ..'\OO1l\l101� of C{'('.ond All yet,. ��Irarl)' rllo�eh plctu� ha\'r o'clock da�' fl"stl\'itles sehedull"d for April 30 f01!l\dllll it andd learryl,ng 011 Ihl" mlsi;lon th(' .Nort� In Lht' sym nnd pro�lses to bt' d e h ft t l g event th Pa l c Luth l n l l ollege 011 (' � f t':a C CIUl '�;��er �.�� �l;� :��'a,�UI��7�SO:�e:� ��p;�: a���:al�. ;�h� �:�e:::���� �:;I ;::: ::�)'�::dW� =\: ':� , �he most colorful '�n� r�)j� nus. MI:�S T lund, ha.� been ver�' Morris Ford, princIpal rl'a til(' of other church workers, was theo...f.. 1rst tocta>y at n�lI. ) Yf'arbook' Ihould not delav ro tllm them of the Pa,r.rkMr" II\"(' In the �I.ta Rh� Gamma OrFanl- 1 introduce the Bible to·lt at par�lculand PI;bIiC School. will ....., ' '. In. "erna �n� Jun.e Walter " Tel"lund ....L._i. Plann zatlOIl durfl S her three rear.; P. L. ' lur pan ' of Africa. crown the Sircus King 'lind QUE'en, \Io'ho I Th�ans ng ' r. . I lS t E I . C. Shc has worked commHte�s (or :I��� �:o�;::�:� :I�; t�,� \�:::� ' ('\�c� �hrOUg.h 1111 ex�nded cam· ;�lta�C:nO�IS��;I:o a;:��::; 0!l::: ::: were palgn whIch ended yeo;terdIlY., Thel� :\fny da�' h1 her fres�mall lind �rhc>- I lIn� duetoS, f,l _Rog�n Icd the !troup In' de. Thre� Short PI�ys ope�tlO,,' In�the_ matt�r. , been t \ .�"lth -'sprlne weather finally here, �::�:�d��wt,\ pr. hnve not liS yet �or Campus Day J;e�:Rc���:�f :�;o;:���g ��: �l� ' 'O��� IlHS�. OIl .soclety h�S presented �:� " why -- . not shoot few .'f('enell? The S�r. . To ;:iw the c\ ening H-lo proper stllrt, In �Rho club rooms, . I progfll nt� to I arious ctiu�Ch groups In Allendants srlE'rted for the qucel\'S Tlleomll und ' Illso fin old people's Cllmllxlng campus da�' ac;:th'llies .Q.n will put them away ror rurthl'r rrrf.r- I the committe<! 'Is stllj.;:lng camlvRI inClUde t\\·o girls from E"Rch . home i;l SlImnE'r, 'l.Mt Sunday eve. FridllY. April 16, the Drllmll Club Is en('e. I pHr�lde. to be follo\\'ed by a regular Thl7lma Nes.'L and Eugenlil Spell('er.'rlnss will alllg a number of thl' ;:roup were guests presc tln three one·act IlInYs undcr ,. r('prest'llt thE' 8 fRduutlng clns.�. Others at Ruskin Chllpel, near Point Ddlllnce. the dlr{'('tlon of. thE' IInde. rcllll<.Sme n . Ithrt't'.rlng shOW f(,R\lIrllllo;: a vaudeville ar.. Allce Cook and Connll' Clumb, 1\'11. KnutSO1l lind MRrgarel Pl'urson Th' PlilYS 1'.'111 be pr�Sellled lit E'litll: Liil nae Club Make and t\\"o sid('shows. A floor !<how Is S m a 'el E\'n sd n sang i to ll s. �I!<O p a nned as plI.rt of the entertllln)' OC � l Ok 'cl .k In the. g m. ;:�:: �:%p��� i;es���� ;:r::�. :�::� ��os. p c - -t t0 HOSpl-tal ment. V�lSI , Xavier and Rosall(' Jen!<en. high sc�ool . . . Emd Blake. IISSlsted by Emil Smith, -'. Furtlll'llring thl' circus theme, Madame Is dirl'C�lng "Wl'lo ,Kl<sed Barbara?", Elsie Bllrrett, D. R. G. prl'sldl'nt, hilS T2e� Lhllllle soel�ty I'ISlt:ed the west- SIOI,er. y;ldel�' known In Tllcoma for h�' . , comC'dy an Intrlgulnl; myster�' w l t h to IlPP:llnted thf' follo\\"illg committees . . Hospital te StNlnc at strt rrn s t I In oom last, ·fortmw·telUng, I plot. Thosr playIng the roles plan the fest ival : Will Be con duct a fortune Spencer ' � .J' I llrt'sent.auon are VI\'l:J.n Smith Angot Tuc�duy JlftrMloon \\'.llh, about thIrty In teillng - booth. \\'111 General · VerUIl T('glund. Helen Refreshmellt.� will be. Thl' Irlp,v,as first !Jlannl"d " . Don'W,esJbo, lind attelldance, erdE'. ClIx Haugen. S<:ott . Louise WII1Inm.� . Attclldants: Tacoma Atten n- t GHar,fl . at ' the e�enlng throughout Inallnblt _ � d l as fie . trip for m�mbers of the I ld Johnson Opal {.iro\·l', DorO�h�' Kniffen, M�rjorlE' ty, but ,so �lIIn,y others Wished to go 'arlous concession s!ands. AIda JqhnDelill . Mary Roberta Brown. Valrrla Eugenia Spencer. nttractlve member I "The Cat'� Paw." Is being cORchcd �thllt p ro \ l s l o n s Ilere madl' to IIccommo· SOli, Thelmll Ness, and Mabel Heggem , Moehnck(': throne: Alice Cook. RuLh of thr llbrTlli Ilrts graduat�I'Ii:s.�. by Alice Cook. with Stllll Fries asslstliS Illllily M possible. DowntQwn. Jl'nn Gotdon. Merrie Jelln \\'n� selected b\' the Tacoma' Chll mtJr lng, Vivilln Lunde, Obert'Sovde, Betty dakThose popcorn: Judy Gerde, Do�. furnishing cars were Willie Fol· \\'ne111ldnsellSullivan, Ma.lcolm. Vh'lan Kcller, Booths: Ne· CommerC(' t� be attendllnt.., to the_ Evanson. Slgn(' Mldstatter, Cliff Bru- som Melvin 'Elfa V..ae Adams, McCutchon. Dorothy Pet· h.ot-dOIl�; -Lenoreand \'ella R:Jss, Syll'llI WIl}:ne, Bt'tty Eval,l' Quecn of thc daffodil pagE'lUlt "" hlch la d, ' lUld Walter Johnson arc taking er . ElSie Barrett, Whhrow, Iris Evnns.. John Stuep, Ruby anei Astrid Anderson, sOl�, son, Elva BrrgmlUl. Lenort' Wltnrow. is slJOllsored by TaCOIilII 'and Puyallup plln In this comedy. ' Ice cream a.nd � f ool e, lind C h e s te r SOlie. AI'is HOI'land. Cro\\'n : Doroth}' Kapp· ('(l sprln�_ ' Under the guld:tncc of Al Rogan Goldenc Gcrrltz. president of the p::;p: and ElSie B!\rrett, Jllnlec· Peter· hahn. Mill;; JanE' Dedrick. VII'lRn ch SOIl, and Doris Olson, doughnuts lind P. L. C:S attendant wlll represent and Monll Byrd, '"Three Cans of club. allI ounces th a t the � plans g ro l Fields: flowers: Elizabeth Stul'n. I.:.e. Tacomll In the royal coun. partaking Bea 15"' will be presclltcd. This play to sponsor a trip tQ Klrstonhort �fanor. coffee Vllun McCall, Elsie Barrett. Elizabeth In the coronlltlon festh'l\I!'s well liS \\'rltten about two tramps who become l e r Mc en l , as a pro ect the Eve;vn Ta\'lor Louise WlIllllms RoF'rlls. Judith Benson. Margrete Ihe ne'xt SlIturday morning. involved in a bank'\rObbe�Y, and IS \ Intere 1 ll .sls; � III for IIl1ld wuest Kal�ryn Anderson A; Mc- " of tJ}el ll soc ty. A jbanquet mers: publicity: Mllureen Wilde. Mar· parllde . charaeterized by both comedy' lind members Kay RO�: Schmand t and St�n DahJ been planned. The ha�'� ian Johnson: In 'ltatlons : Vivian Bu· I T .0 NornlaI Graduat . m)'sterr. SUIJporting It Is an all·boy's , club meetshMnt also been IIPpolnted to d orate the the homE' of Dr. lerllns. nl'58, Mllrl(l Hag('nes..�. Janice Brones : \\ t�!!I cast with Bob Mullen, Boo Lando, il fnculty advIser. gym S\'II'III WanE' has been In' charge clean·up: Pauline Watts. Marie .wen. R{"c{"iv(" Placenl�nb Mnh'ln Ramstad, Bud Johnson, Fales of �st�rs for IIdl'erUslng the affair. th�:��son. Barbar ,Xl\\'· _�;r� · o n M n , SIan YOllng IUld Vern Bitter' have n Ire e Odell and Louise Williams lire ��� E�= �i���: ��'e pl nned t fO an tl Along with th.e reJ.!u�r May OilY ('1'1. 1 the ftrst grAduating Normal students bet.w�r�:�o: t.'; Charlll Group to Hear ' n ac , :��:�c ��lt:;:�::en7. ���e� �Jl:_: t'brattoll will be a cer('mOIlV for the to recel\"!' contracts this vear, Both . TaIk AI)out· EIlf!IanfI are Merle Pflueger. Margaret Tho�pbrellklng o( tfie grollnds fo� the ne...... FO!>iliolls Ilrl' lit Little R�k. WMhMildred Lorson, IUld Stan t;edahl. library whICh is to be CO!lstructed on ington. \\'hert' Irene Odell will h&-�'e AprJ"1 16, Date For. Mrs. H�bew Logall of Puyallup .....!11 Tlilking parI In the parade are Paul the IIrea acros.� the stre-et from th(' chafJ,!e of th(' first IUld second gradeS ' . Ed Machll', Barbara ,xa. v�er, Fos.�o ne,xt ub l C Person:J:lIty, " the address . i l Loul.se pr ng n and ea' rnuslc, l hoo WllIlllms sc ng lind S C COImain' bullJrn� of Pllciflc Lutheran I Tuesday evening, With "England" as SylVia MIller, ElIz�beth Stuen, Melba \\ill teach third Rnd fourth grade sub. \ Il'ge b ject, Mrs. Logan wlJl talk about Fenne�. . �bert, Haaylk, Bob Moe, Fred .!{'' cts and school phy�lca! eduC'Rtlon . - With camPUs dRy d tin ltE'ly set for her su eany, AI Jacobs, Ted Asburg, Bob . the charmIng customs of the Bngllsh HBrazzll. 1 Thest' placelllents were made .on FrIday. April 16. studcnts lire prepar Stan Fries. Otis G�nde, Obert . , John· , Sovde. Falcs Delta Rhos Sponsoring April 2, two WE'E'ks artier Ihan nny ing the schedu le for1.hc \1,ork, lInd plans people. Music by the girl's t rio. Aida MnrUn, Bill Capps . Bob for the rest ot t h e day. As USUIII. the mllde last �'e!lr g Roller Skatjng Party s e e n I ps i s t n : ��:; �da�� W8:;:� pf::�� n n �!:: � . � ;' ;;�:r�t: :�o��: � � ��� ���� �:;� :!ct�::' �� :: I;: � ��r�or :� The Delta Rho Gammas hav(' sched P. L. C, J;Jroadcast· Vlvilln d n .John a l s D Hokenstad, . r u o h o the sell' ng i ur d plnno piny l.5 U c o will begin In the mCi�nlng, t continue l \lIed a sk�tlng party f�r Saturday eve� car· throughout th'c day with all, lntermls. Louise ' Hendrickson as hostess has Hal\. Alice Cook, BI05S0m Wescott. Bet· ' �aga ning. April 1 7 at Kings Roller RU11r: in In ordbl to advertise the Pauline Watts, Le- ty Hall, EI\'a Bergman, Stan Gammell, as usistants, her slon at noon for lunch, COffee wlll be Ttlcoma. Pm:e.� will be awarded to nh'al. a program was presented ov�r served In the attem06n, and at this nore WI�hrow, and Arlene Taylor. who Charlie Lellsk, Ai McKay. and ··Spooky:' KVI IMt Sunday e\'enlng at. nine add to the ('ntertahunent. and Dorts Much credit has been given ¥rs, also entertainment is provided. are planning refreshments, AIlce Cook Is In charge. Her asslst- clock. Ken Anenson announced tlJ.e time Olson and Ida Merz who have been 'Dapper tor her assistance In plannin g Fr:d Hea::ltd :a I I R�a:� ��� ants are Margaret Demers. Enid Blake, numbers which Included t\lo'O voca l O:�: asked to decorate th� reception. room I the carnival. Hehin Holtcamp has leru n rso and v , n M n o st d I been th_I! generaJ chairman, .' . �:lte:.- �:we�l: �rs:.�� , t:�t5�a::: �� :� h��ra ;�: �::� :���� �e�� pointed to plan a map of zones. Bill for Lhe occasion. ,\�:: advertisement; Verna Teglund �� =nsor:ndo, Ken Anenson, and ����e;��t�:::,a��dw;I�lir�e�� l\IATHEiUATJCS AND FU N " land will arrange for the tools, : ( . Othe,rs appointed Include Barbara Yes, we said mathem�tlcs and FUN. and there are chapten; tying up math· ' Kramer, Margart't Melver, Mona Byrd. Surprising, Isn't It? How In the world ematlcs with humanity, past and pres­ PERHAPS, PERHAPS r WILL .John Wenberg, and George Kline. can mathematlC6 be fun, especially for ent, Says H. O. Wells: "It r;hould b . Breakfast o_ver. the first bra\'{' soul Petersburgillns and the Ketchlkanlans amusement.s; and Edith Koole). Cor- the majority of- us? From aigebra ,read by every Inte.I�lgent youth frome rine MalmJn. VlvllUl Lunde. Bob Muf· through calculu.� It's usually "oh" and 15 to 90 who Is trying, to get t-he hang to venture Into the wet out-ot-doors �egtl]- to conipare notes, Is the targE't for a barrage of numbers: Woe- is .me! My r;t.ooge returns with len, and Richard Oliver, menu. "'8W" and "gee, what a problem!" of things In thiS ·universe." ,:' 521. 544, 441. 2�5, e�. Hey, Ford, look nllr)' a lettE'r for me. But mine i!5 not Out of the ,mire of Ihtrlcacy has ap· In England .eMr. Hog-ben Is a Fellow' . In 205 and ,202. Look. In 2il�. 225. and the onl}' crestfallen face. I can hear Students Take Part in . parenUl' arisen a ' redeemer. He Is of the �raJ Socletyr '(fie .,?OkO has lt e r e h a I c n ' ;·���t I ��t r�:e!:r :�� �h: �� ��� :��e ;ro�oesh:!� � , Grade' School Fair � � ���n�:��hl�S�! �,J::���a�� !e;;s, �'MS:t:�:�� f:'���M�O�'� nwnbers.! Saturday morrung, . , the MUllon" IN. Y.. W. W: Norton has outsold ALL fiction and non·flcfor ... A crowd gathers In the" main hall. The morntltg's excitement is nothIng The Park)and Public School . spon- & CO.I, a book which sur!'l)' 11\'1'5 up tlOn publications. This tdt a book on . ma\hematlC5! Some pace back and torth: others peer t::J the mad rush and pelmel scu..ttle � sored lUi annUQI sprtng fair last nIght, to It.s name. . aiuclously ' through \he door and sUli the Post Office In "mJ!I:-aftemoon. It's_ \Io:hlch featured an exhibition of work So mu;h wouldn 't be said about this Such a m�terptece doesn't apt)ear otlJ.ers fmpatlentlyo e:cclalm \Io'h)' so and ·the last hope ot " the day that the done by each clas&. _ book were 'It an ordinary text-book, every da)'. Ot course, It could not be so'doesn't hurry. " mam1n&'S · dl5appoint.q:leni may be dis· �w1ng the eveiUJ:tg/a program war; But It Lsn't. It links mathematiCs \Io1th used stgctJy a text·boot, and there Down the 'i'allt \Io'e see Swede stag- rqarded, or that the morn'lng's joy may given In whIch -5eV�raJ P. L. C, stu� everyday Ufe and with history, It pefhaps debatable opinions in U, gering under the burden or tlJ.ree la\Ul- be anU-ellmued. dents took part. y�lnla Davis and mates mathematics "human and' ex· But -thefi tlJe, author's PW'JXlllt wsa � . dry bags, whUe Connie tries to support Allen Poe may �eU have eon- Jan�e PtUlSOn enacted �,novelty lri6h citing," . Altho� It covel'li the U5Ulli to write for unJv�tJes , but for hu· the rour. The Alaska crowd comes ceJftd a trom the aLmo5- r;ltlt, "Colleen and Paddy;" ·and , a tap JunlOJ'" Colleg!,' � of figures. from manity'. rruWons-and '.'tor fun." He nellt, eipeelal),l 11 It happens to be phere of the Pi.rJt�nd POII t OUlre' wiUr number lnte�rettd by lre�e OdeU; Algebra throurh Tr igonometry and be· has 'succ�ed to a remarable delfTee, w.:onday.,each wiUJ at leur. sill tetten, ttl, air of,rnyatery. �t.riIUe,, and'plftt.!cl- _Helen Eoott. Judy Benson. R!ld Wadene yon�. 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a railroad man to accompany me on trip to T� WashIngton ror spring vacation." rcad5 a sign on the farm bulletin. board at the Unlv�lty' of JllUnHlJ Mrs. Laurence ·Hauge. both � : �: ��:� Minnesota. k .:h�=U�� P.Mr.L. andgraduates ;:: : : 'or )928. are to bI' :h:eb�X::�: ;I;�:�: b��:�\ n upon the I.Ilrth or Ihrlr h'erslty of 'Hawall c�i'i' lipstick. sOn. David Laurenct' . Mnrch 1 quite common Is The "lipstick bushe poitland� Oregon. M�. Hauge �l I h., and wldtJy. scattered t.hroughout Ihe former Espeseth Marie (: IslandS. I� �"e h,·,.. 1"'1 ,·"n",,·I.·" .. I:ITZ durin" the pust A SWOII of Engll.�h prores..�ors ror the Visitors atbeeltschool ,,,,ylhl,,.:. I>ut I",,, ... ,k"",I! Y"u . . W.· �1' ''UI''n'l Carl Marl-in '33. teuch' '''''''1, . . ,,1oI w.· " . .. I'� r" lo. n," summer session hI\..' been arra.ngl'<i be- week have Th,'y ; r s L and a late College .. 1".' 11 . ,,' .. ,,1,10· ",1'1, II"" " I ""k ,I",,· .. I.. �;o � ��:I:et:t:�� J:I�� ��I���I��I . . . \\'hr �i::�c�����: ;tn.l:. than II ..... ",,. Ilk . . II',. 1"·ln,, Olaf Collel:t' St. of sludent. former . pages during scribbling three Alter , .:" .. <"Ia�� r""'" oI .. lIltr :<I"r", <"1....1; Minn.; Junette Runbeck. exnm. Marquette Unh'ersH')' stu- Northfield. the <'Xlwn"e " , 110,· l"' rl",1"' . . . of the Issaquall SchOOl Syslem;_ dent wrote: "I don't Lhlnk you'lI read '35. II ",..ul,1 .. "Iy 10,·,1,,' . I, "'"ul,I .�" ...·• n '36. teacher In Til­ d"��eM this far. ant: to pro\'� It I'll leli you Bertrur Myhre. ,he "larm rur . ., .... ,. �' II,I.·"I " j .. 1> : John Dreibelbus. teacher a\ about the bftSketbali game I saw yeslik.· !-<CII �I.\:'<IJT. a".1 .. ." ' � r". : fhe his on cRlled wasn't He terday." .·ael> ,.. .' , ,, , �.·t .. , loa",. "I� 'r"lolt 'II:":" ' " I l ' : Ililge �llOrL.� dt.scourM'. lOI' .I ..�I;.. • I,· ,h ..) ,,,·,·.·r ", The .seeond Peace 1n.�(ituLe !';ponsored John FRdness, '34. also grRdulltr T., \'I·:i�:".\ TI·:r.L.\:>:O .... h.,r ':I: .\TI·I ..\TI . ..... :' . 11:�::"t-: tlIlELI I.,,,�.. "1'1.1)' by OberJln Collese for r,oJlege and unl-- of C. P. 5.. Is leaching al the Woodln.nd ,·1,·.·,1.,,, .\1:.) d H y I.",k� ("t· " . . ""��"" ""'\ -:,'1 II",,· t. . . . Wh,· .. stu, =::. ·a �:��er ;��� JS��:I'�� ��r� �:r�:: ��� �t"rs.�= ::Lutheran �.-II .... I I h.· ".((10'1,,1, ,' ".. h �I"rcd Ihnl bdor" .. ' College \,islt· 1>OSed roads to l)tace and 'Intematlon- dent of Pl>.clfic week. aI-American relations will be dLscuMeft. !'.Chool thl� ----E\'en though tHey don't consider It I a n o Thrills Audicnc(' ;'I�� ��v� ����;" ��a:;l ��I�!:�t}� c::� Choir Those"who heard· the re�owned aCllpclaim to enjoy corn-cob and briar pipes pella II,,· h'�tll'I\ I.'''� II 1,.;-1]' " " " 1"" '" �·"u r"r LI ... chorus from 5t. Olaf College IMt � In their own sanctums. I'hl ,10·, 101"1,,,,)· .-IlIh II", "" ) . a musical The only permit Rllowlllg an rn- Monday night experienced IOl}g be remembered. diana, student t.o sleep through a day's thrill t�at willmade "" .. th .. 10",·.· " " )' , .,·.·r 11,,·,·.· volce.�. shet)· or up choir. The was . dozen a ago classes . lMued years u""�",1 l\'''TtI�. n,,,1 rr"", .. II . ,·,·', .1,,· ' to James W. Elliott. '26. who has spent presented a C()llcen M Centrnl Lulh- , Church. Tacoma. to a packed 72 sleepless hours while rushed with ,. """I�"ce I" Ih" ",ltI.II ... " 1 1 , 1 1 .' " , ,.. ,,,,',,' Ih,,( who marvelled at the techwork on the Daily Student. I:.·r,-:r lu .·"���I . I" " h l" h .Nlnely-two·per cent of the freshmen 1,,,·,·,,,,._.· )'"ur ahl)!l)' I" 1',.."""",1 ... · ' 1'·"'1 .. ,, 1 .. ,10'''''' The Singing wn.s charha\·e College State Pennsylvania t �1. Ol"r Iot . )<T,\ :" FUHD �:d "I Ih ..· "'"ul h ' by Its perfect voIce harmony ,. , wllh hl� .-I,ln I" hl� ,,,,1m. InhaU"", ".. ,,, voted that a college woman Should get and Intriguing arrangemenl.s." " married belore the age of 25. ,h,':" :111 1.�· hl"'M·1( Ilk.· h" ,..",,11)' h:..1 a nl J I I I E" ' I · I : ' · 7�� :n:,:�"��.�!� c. I=P:ea��: ��e:��r �7��g�u�; �::I�; ;:::,.;,::::::� � .:r �: ·; ,:t.��::�'::�II;: : � . ll� :. ;:a::��· : � to��p::t�U='��h '� lint: someone else!" ," 'r), )''''' kll ..... 1"'·,·n ,I,.· 1.:.·"1,,,. ....... " ....... " ... .. ..........'.."....'.......... ..' .... ... � ' When student writes a !.t'xtbook Ih,. 10,,1 ",,,'11 :t I.:.·ni,,� ,,,,II " I..· . ... NEICHB�RI;tOOD_ It's news. .Ben Grove. a Junior In the ; I .. ".· rl, "r ,h.· tI""bl. ..It1� ","ul.ln·, . . . \\·h.... ,,1" '1" :t ''')'�''' r'''u� ..,i.! ... .'nl".: ,.. M",· eLI ..... SChool of education at Northwestern SERVICE STATION UnJ\·ersILy. 1'0'111 have I)ubllshed next 1·ltt· DE:"L·I� . 11111' 1.,\:>:1' "..,·:t��' '''':tlly� 1'1:>: .... . A. IVERSON July a geology text. which aeals malu' · UI·;I.t, '1"j,'I� II,,· 'II�' '''''''''''''· ".·\:,\.>m.·" f',·a"�f,,1. . Iy with the controversie:> among scl�n1501 So. K SI. T,lcorna . Wn. U!;i.S In .the field of grology and phy!';i",h .. " h:"� "u, " lir ...1 an' a' ,,,Ikl,, Tlw III,I� 1'''1' '''''k'j hl(" hlu"h cal anthrdpology. '.' " I .l1 · I,y ' : �:Hr)E . Humidity Is one causc of radIo static. ...." T�:- I·:I · ' : I·::"r ,\ SI'E:"':�:I!, "U",,,lnnt . You are most Ii kely QI'I':I':S" WI"·,, .""" "" . , ',I"wn In ,1,.. ,luI111'''. ,'("ne say Harvard Univefllilty scientlst.s. to find it at Caughl while trying to swipe ' lace )(r"{JU/lII",, !'I,·tur,·,.. th" n " 1.",k nl " "",I ,II )'''"r"-\',,,,'II lhlnk your Gabl'! "panties" from the dres5ing room of Taylor . . RHODES \\" ' 1" 0111<' Int" lhe burleSQue star ': "( " I'l l" II,,,·,· a trat�rnlty Initiation - TACOMA oI",. 'n \·I·:H�. Y" � �o <nu<'h ""I�" hume �·.,u hnd io stunt. Henry Brewer. a student at m";'� <tU1 ' ";et . ,, IIltie I"'/lee and 'Iuletud.e . . . 19 Ma.ssachusetts In�tltute or TeChnOlosy . I '";:===== ====:: Ihl� �tOT)· . '. dllllllulllon- Caced crlmlna'l charges I.lnUI "Klkl" l !,j lIi(: hl�n. . . . Thl' m ml · SEASON FISHING Roberts. (he pilfered-from. refused to . . . Prnl.: "Ill your ,"' , !le .. rl".: 1M 25th April Openl press claims ll3alnst him. �"'UIII.:· Tied When Washington University stu'- Speci,,1 ... .......... .. . $1.50 do dents first $aw a crew of men unload WETForFL!ES Early Seli$On Fishing New Maple Led "\\ ·t· art.· what we are, 1101 bccause of what one thousand lull whiskey cases Into .. .. ......$1.80 EI. LINE FLY LEVEL the basement 01 Brown hail. thl'Y won­ w{,'w lu,'('u lillie III Sl'l ut.'e7.C out (.r the world. gOing to drink It aU. 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Strike lhrf'C1 Yer out!! . ' track. basebaU. and ehKke� dlle!lln like the Idea of his te shArlng sectK,or� Y�bllnd bamboonB1' FALES MARTIN Prn}t'rs by Big Ten basketball coachond place nors "Itb Haa\lk Ooon a " a nt my specs. ump? ' for sc\en·foot centers have ceased �s musical te ll Brul d h ( temporarily nnd -perhaps pennanently. '··" " " " " " ''(''''''''�f." �" ". " " " ,,.•t'" ••,'"F:I� �hey � pa)ln yo. plenty to 1>ln) for £H!n mk.s of his HlllfS Ppe:; You he th All because thee. Big Ten mentors It might seem a ""ee b�t ejlr!y to tll.l.lt "Snooky" JUrgenSOIl:, powerhotk full- �m aill t the} ' ;ulldlng �p ' to an awful let In \ot.ed, in rttent meeting during the football. but It.. I.s enUrely p�per t.hat tfack who Iltlle actlnn laSt. .season An sho� no\l, spring Is com; hen this article I \1,111 present the IIne-up!l :.I'liSlons of the National. �ett)all we esuma_te our grld strength' for the due to a broken ankle. will return next they 'begln to take out their meaness W for the first two teams aUl\Otlgh l.ea.sk Conches' �Iatlon. to abandon the 1937 season. While we 'are on �e $ub- (fall . Mr. Olsen says � . C(lme back. on the head u�lplrt" of the Parkland has an undetelltt'(!. squad /they naven't te I t r e e S I o played }·et. ) :oo� :::a::s " ;:::�':r :;� �'s�� ��'I��:" that burly. re. ek .. Leagu� . FWlerman Leask ,as .' ce�� ��u;:pt:I n:: t�!�7�: �:�:�� !;;�;l gW;rxi��:I� o;;:��':;la::; . UaU.teppp'" !}ce. adopted unanlmow.ly . would calendar. (90. lb. tackle. will retum next Septem- he otrlclated at late PacHlc Lutheran merely ue on t.rIal durlng the next Insofar as very little bodl!y-contac� ber. I ne\'er C(luld unders�nd why he College . Illa)or:mlnor_bush league In- "COchrane"' Bruland. C door (plal'out out dool'S') baseball game. "Rowe" SchnllCkenburg, P S("ason and that ILs permanent adop- Mrese� In pre-season. trll:inlng. It dldn't play fullback. tLon would depend on the coaches' might ::e-em rie-edless to dauble Into the enters school next autuLet·s mn. hOpe' ' he The battle has been raging for some' "Ge'hrlg" AnnensOll. lb. :!ction to It after a year's testing. . . pigskin sport at. all untlfne�t Sept.e!Jl- Let's talk. up'spring tl"81nlng. all you two \I,·!t'Ks. the conferenC1! hi.\'lng op- "Owen" oi}�n. 2b. the ' Monday after Easter with all "Lazzeri" Solie. 3b. Ilnder the new ruling, the jump at ber, when the fall breezes spell " football stalwart (ootbalI sons. W� lea rn ened due �remQI)�' aq�how" rrPle first ball '"EnglisFi" Je�n. fo"iiler wnl.�e .used only at the begin- in the air." but�wlth the Incoming crop . a· lot. especially getting the could plays, nHlg ot· the game. I;\t the start of the 'of football talent unfalnUiar with the better than last year. Oh-Oh!! down was pitched oui by the (lpposing pltch- "&.Iklrk'" SchmlUldt. x. ste 0 e o e g a u ·I b :;��t, ::: :�:�:1 !I)0�' =:::f::� ���k�p ��e �e:��.�\��1�0��1�11� w::���I:r�;:t!��fY��� or H�rd- ;�� �� ��; �:�:� ;�;W���ti�I:� ::��t��� �:�ld:. :�\. r Is keen this season between three leana " SimmolL';'" JlI;cobs, r. f. At all �ther Urnes. the bait. will be in order that th�Y might become acI l f c n s�P��t���� . �:Oy�:: ��l. �a� b���Ia�;:u;��n� 'B�ier'" wliklns. C . ��: :a!� �!:�d ���� ::e:��� :::: :h: :::'��e/��e ' n'atlve "frankle'Frisch" Haavlk heads "OLt'Dean" Wlprup. P proct'dure that 101l0ws after a success. a:re Inany grldders who, �ince' ping- Easlern . �Illverslt. y s m a or AI o1 ishe� Adm issions �e ;:!�:�. t*��:s� ��: �I�-I::� ::���::"'" ����� t��t��) , � I ta '�:lR��:U�r�:ISr��:u��ro��;::le� 'I:�� ���!'- :�U·I: :el:: t�: Ch:�: �� op . c re ) on a palr of moleskins and shoulder By abo)is.hlng )' Sochrane" Bruland Is thc player- "BYliClnlan" Fries. '3b, del'ltally, has been practiced In the pull admissions to all ccaptaln-Inanal>er Ila� and toss th!lt leathtr- apple arotAld athletic games. p�ld 'of the leading len In "Frlsctf' Ha�vl Hig . ren for th� past two years aut h or i ties at Johns The BIg Ten IS not the first confer- a blt..":>jus� to kee.p familiar with lhe HopkL'lS h'erslty 'a� assuring the the circuit .cI'Ued. the "HaUsteppers." "Morty" .Brazell. x. s: t'1lct' to elimi te the center jump. Last knack o_f.-It Whn.t do you say. fellaS? I\\"oldance'Unof the The dark leam of ,tlle league Is head- "Donovan" Moe, I. t. e\'11s of commerdal: I'd bl referce.manager_player "Spence "LawrenC1!" Johnson'-c. f. winter the PaciTic Coast confercnce There uo uced .of anyone feeling Ism In' collegiate �rta. for another No' longer will John Hopkins .: a t\boot Leask" and has the title "Night "Hunt': D.agsland. r. f. decided ortichl"Uy to discard It. largelr low �ut our prospects the ele\·e/I. E�'cn with roCkfield g�arantees to visiting teams nor.ac:e� �is." That \'e!le�able old ' man of Play Ban! Batter Up! f'oll. rlh down as result 0: pioneering by the soutl;1.· corking l'rn dl\"lslOn or the conference, Stan- slll.5he� by gradU.,IlUOIl. the S ptembe� guarantees when Its tearns play away sport 'Cliff Olson) captains and man· aJ.ld two baskets to pill across the goal will be answered by from home." . aGes the fourti) team ill the league ·!lne. The SCOT!;!'S 30.love In the ninth . ford. California. Southern CaUfornia caU (01' candidate!> o e m :I��d U. C. L. A. during the 1935-'3� ,;:� l ' of this new\p�ram is ��:d�h�P��n�a)�fst.��:;:��igoes un· chucker of the plng_pong_marble gAme. :;� � \�:: :'. ;��:;o�r ��: ::��� Th� purpose ��� the step Is In line with the Big stringers.' who play� at tlmCc'; last year �CI:'�:! ��enl�;t�!�:� �:::::� :,a� Hindered by the biggest a;ld eruelest Yer 01ll�! pires "Old Man weather:·I O'.;: Tcn',s' efforts to speed up the Il:ame. as to make the rans wonder which was a "ml� handful" .. :::: under a high-pres. of alltwoumgame., have been played with � . ...: ::::..======:::i.:=,.; 11';1.<; expressed by Harold O. Olst'n. bas- the first string. Let·s take a look: sure. winning-team. gate-receipt SY5- only Bruland's Hnl(steppcrs showllll:( thc way � .( kf'tbali coach at Ohio State Univer:;lty: At the flank position we l d " Thln tcm. It was announced. 'ROOKDALE I '"Those who have had a chancc to MHJ1" Nilsen. captain-elect. l d Frank S g Its own resources. the unlver- with two wins 1l.lld no losses. In the l BARBER SIjOP study. basketball as played under the .Unge.r returning. Our lnkl stren gth sltU.l' In' �ncour:a8"e both $(.'a..�on·s It]>cner. thc Hal(steppers l will finance and � to II a O d�clslon r c \' lIo-center jump rule feel that it pro: remams entact with Anensol.l and IntercOllegiate and Intramural ath- ])()undcd Ollt WELCOME STUDENTS 7 . \ Ides a far bett.er ga�e from the spec- Grande back. F�r gua�ds Olsen IS bles- ti . providing "e[(eclive coaching in- H a a I k s H.OPpers "'Ith "Rowe" � M'd With his. enure !lock from lnst sea- structlon" and adequate sports eq uip- Schnackcnberg handling the. nlowl<! r!i........" .""" . ,, , tatar'oS \·iewpoint. . . Yes " Ol z [)(>nn" \'VI_ Cent.er� r-. -----�-..,. duties for the winners . nt. rtaInly makes for more, action. son. Grenier and C!a�. was 'chalked up lhe defeat aitlon. but mt:"The I .Illid .chance to obsen'c it under act- we l06t Mutt Frye \'10. rl latyuaman university. In effect:: reads thc prud · " · · Manager has h ed o ie re Haa\·jk t m ugh h . l IH\l game conditions .,.,.·t,len Oh.lo State Al Jacobs. last ycar,)Jt J, . B ri ck Iell "hns placed athletics In �he sc\·enth. tn thc �ond vganle iof �om a reliable a.u?Oun�ment. ....__ . played four game!; on the coast early another ycar of pllll'that at th e level which lhey would, occupy ME S RADIOS week. Brulnnd agaIn IC�h�S team last season and these contests COil- source lUldcrstan� N.,eeb'. stellar If In. the r�alm of col!eglatc sports the H.ppin..... . . baU snapper. ;S plannIng there were no such thing as a recruited to VICW�y . t.hls time over OlliOll S 1I\\y\"lllced me that the elimination of the Fort LewL� So. Tacoma 'Way 5436 fall.�a�coach football team and no gold mine 0(g8te seeds b) the margin of 8 to 7. center jump makes for a better game. to enter P. L. C. next" I. IOQl al= O= COO="== welcome a I:?layer or such receipts to be tapped." . ball.; (iI : =� Our players were unarumOWi in th�r w�uldn't 'b= Mk,= 1=b= """:r.0= . === ===::;!iI appro\'al of It." exp Ined Olsen. sk.1I and e.xper!ence ? That takes rare ·Admlsslon charges will be abandoned --:;::' ==::= ';:= WEAR "While would not go so far as to of the for 'ard wall. perhaps not ncxt October. At that time: the unl. Shirts, Ties, : M�n's Suits, Overcoats the 1936 "seven blocks verslty will Issue' without ch�ge ad. ' Underwear. The Men 's Strom'sSo. Crocery ' ,It Hats,StoreCaps,women :>II)' that height ut no longer be a form b le like to shop in "King . qle" mission cards to all sports events. in prime requisite of ccnter under the of 'granite," but I'm sUI'e a 502 1 St. y K back· the entire distribution. alumnI. after students. ne..... rUle. do believe that the jump's Isn t crying. Although JETLAND & PALACRUTI was lost, Clln the will be given p'referen and others ap· I 912 Pacific Ave. rUmination will take some importance fled of last year's tle\'enuarte Free Dertvery q tte in the plying will "recelve tickets as 10llg as off height and place more premium on Olsen hBs sweet i = ======� l l ";: = = stringers last year who they last. speed and clevemess." he c-oncluded, making-second I m�"1 '1��: Jay Team guarantees will be dispensed gave a good account of the � ...... """."" " . ' : Smith. mighty mile III one. a1 . Slan with "as soon ex ting commltmenLs : I 'Qua1i�y Knitting Co. 1 �:II��a����:-::S��d r���l�/�I; f��� :�:I�:���;d��l.!;:: :��;,�e:e�O�I::� LAST YEAR . 1 935 HANSON'S fEWELRY ! and Hoiby. at another half�prO\'ldlllg extension of the athlellc policy IntroThe Parkland LIghT ;lind Waler Speci.lt., SWe.lltn the littlc rascal comes back. duced at Johns Hopkins several years Company fu'n,�hed 10 i ts memo Distinctive ur big worry s whether or IlOt ag t e 257 So . I UhSr. . T.x:oma, 'INn. ,� .'==,, W ,,,,',, �"_", .,:,,, .�,3 ,,, ,,,,,,, T ',,om ,= ' ,h,. " I .?�·t that time. the few exlsl lng ath- ��:If:�� ;::hl:u;; �re I��I����� :,,, ,� .��,,, .,, ,,, ,, ",,, ,.9 O r lettc scholarships were abolished, ath- �ge price 0/ a fraction over'l WATCH R�PAIRINC . .cenis per KWH letlcs were brought under 'the control . �,;,:'l":�:': Super uality Complete STocks of the university and a strong pro Reasonabl � Prices , l � "flr e Of Intramural spor� was ln�O. � : � � :�����·� . Ted Brown Music Co. I $L !� A��. e . L O dW'y / J� I I d 1 o B'� :; B'O='=W" I 23 = I ::::= '= �== ., 0; In��o���:; p��;�::.: :p:��:: 11ll ::===== = = ____ ___ :. � to Include 13 sports Instead of six. the .__ -r -----------.,. number 0,( studt:nLs participating In t [hIs form of competition Increasing In i Storlie Funeral Cha pel I co . . II After the Show I Printers · Stationers , �����:::n::tU:�gram was de- , Established in 1 908 I wtit��':.�Tg�cl��r· signed to flt'the tastes and capaclUes I I !! Jack's GriddIe "'"1 01 ""y p"y.loal" !It ,tud,nt. on tin.. I I so broad that more than 85 per cent of t � 1 the student body now engages In some I : 9 1 3 Commerce Sf. . I DAHL CROCERY CO. Al so Notary Public ic activity." form of athlet S I tores Purity United r · 1 Membe e t ut n I Tacoma. ·W n. r� I I ' u��e �! ��t��;��, !� :�� I MAin 2 1 22 1 2th & A Sts. , Pol!kland ne���� I CAr. 381 B-R-S n.s Hopkins learns' is not . entirely ' 5036 So. 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., of (h�t' wt'fllheor. has been ' rt'f·�m.o��· I � Follow th � May, because Sprir.-ime Atmosphert' W ill Bt> , FoO' !or tomorroW: pr:>\'I�lng thf' ,-,\I'fl t?cr . �('Ie: ;llusl(' and Speaking E\'id('nl in De('orations. p('rmit:s. rn of Tnln: It . wn! be \.... ill Feature the Proernm )fusi.c. :tnd Danring schNlulcd " tor MQnd�y. . Flnn! p!:l.n.� fOT !l;t> TOlLnd brt'aking P.lans for the day \\'tIt be carried �u: M.�"-� Vern� Tt'ghmd. will be crowlll'Cl rfrrmOnjt'� which will -mark the first .flS Announced Prt'\'iOUS��'-. A I!�t Of qU('en of lh·1" MRY. on FrllJIIY Of Ill'Xl _' u·p the building of thc ne..... Ilbrar}' lOllI'S will be posted wlth the nltmes. Il'�k at· the. May-on}" fE:1<tll'ltl.ell. lIPOI\;: hili·!' b�n announrl'(l b�· Theodore Nel- , of thO� who will work In eltch sored b�' ·th(' Ot-1I·n Rho Gllmnlll, Go\,. . '�Il who l� chairmRIl of the corn- t ....f£tnor .Clllr{,l�ce '? M� rtln hilS been: ) . . mj1te� in· chlU"ge. An (,laborate- progmm 'riled to croll·n the- queea. wh""b will be � i� plann('d wl:!ich will comn,enc" at foui" I lIttt'llded b;. 111e-11111t Ness. Rlld E\lge-nla . the Dille o·clOCk Imme-dllttf'lr followmg · Is Selected .. . r n 1 c rJowntng of �he May �.ut'en and other I For Senior Plav 1! 17c� �,,:;: ��:�ll���I:I��:. ��:� -RC��I;:��:��:ld;�I;h1l'1\�ebefl"�:��;� mo..e.�: LI('I\·el1a Davies all{t LorrRlll� j Thompson. f:·!'lIhrm'l1: Rud �1Ie-ou� by glrl.� who will" �tand at stragetic Thr !o!rllduftt1{l'g cllISS hitS chos..:n. I Jensen and BarbRra Xavier. high � t ut I r Ir June -ij IIl1 th� dltte when the class pllt� . �chool ' . -n. 6:�I� ;d �:;: :; �::��� �� �t�: ��t�\ :� will be prt'senti'd in conjunction with TIl!' ribbon bCRrl'rs hlll·e been select� the mRin en1ntnce- by ·Mr. E. B. King Cln",,"� N�ght. Mrs. J. O. EdwRrd� will tri· which for pre-sentation �rI from Ihe It"r:Hlilltting CI8M..' . Ther the t dlre-t' . of the TRcoma Chamtwr of Commerce �r,· Klllhryn Anderson. Hele-n Lilja. . ' Dr, Gullixsoll. presldellt of tht' AmeriCR 01!1� will be he-Id next we-ek. , HIIl!'1 Hagerup. Helen Holt4l,llmp. �or- ( Lutheran Conference-. lind Gow·rllor Jt'sse Pflueg('r. Kathryn AI�rier�on. !J.nd Irvin Dammel have been appollltmH Prells. Mal·ltul Kohl('r. Mlldrt'd ellirence D. :".1artin. Lllr.�\·l1. F.:n'IYI� Tllylor·. Louise WI!. Dr. 0 A. Tl!HlI'l�lad w!ll Introduce ('d to plan the- !'t'pior Yflchl parl�' 10 I 1inm�. Els!(' Burrcil. DOris Olsen. und Ihe sll"e-aker.� :lIld Itnnounc(' tht' pro-· b!' hf'Jd during the- mlddl(' of Mllr fdlt Men.. gTrl�. Thf're will preliininury nu�. A eif[ Icommlt�e corhposecl of SIan bers by 1he cotleg(' qrcilf'lItrfl Gr('{'ling.� Dahl. SIan Ford. and· MarllAr('t R.oreUl. Maypole dllnce lInder. we dlr&ar(' to be gin·n br, the Thcoma Chltm· \\"ill sf·lrct th·e class gift to the- College , !lon of Hell-n Llljll·include� Aida Johnber of Commt'rct' whosp n.'llrt'S"ntRli1·e� , Hazel !1"1t!:('T\lj) 'tia:;- charge- of pie-J son. Marlol ) Johnson; Be-Rtrlce- Uland . � . r o t Ri · l ke p r!llg the clH� �r Ph c , t;;. r.��o��:· �.;;::�; �::n: �/�; � . , H :�:��;:�. ::::��/��� �.n�f"I�S;:�; ��:� � . Roach. Repre!<pnt ing til(' rhurch group Ir�ne Odell .. and Louise Hendrickson \ '1/_ R o t c l\ ;�;:e-:: .:�:�dK�� ;;�s:::�<:i(j��:.. �. �' Board of It;us�ees �:��t��!ll��;� �, �rel;�n��e-l�: ��!�:� F'o.<;s: :lnd Dr. Gu1l!xon 8prlilg nUlllber. . �. SanctioJ)S -Plans Othe-r ImportAnt �l.It'ak('�s on Ihp , . MlIslc .wlll be provided ror by the . c!'remoniRl progrnm 1\'111 berGov�rnor Th!' co !lp�e -ol"chtislra. lind PuuJlne WAtts w\H sing bo�rd of trustees met Clar�nce D. Martin. MAyOr G('()rge r S::lu\'enlrs for Mny<!u}' \\'\1] be- avallmitle� of T coma Stanle�\' · .twOOd . :� ea�;�f�:r���.3 �\ll�\"t h �:���:I.�dem,!7;� ' Able thill year In the form of smal! ;lb7 � ·s � n l: c b ·o w m[.(li flcall(>ns r·or It .�c(>nd'llm? I st�r��tlOn��I:�: �:�:or��ierce �Cou��; i son ��:�:�·�b��rs :h; :\:�e��s ��=�ue� al�� :� !lY thp blllldlng , SUjl('rlntendf'nt of School�: And City ' committ t hp plnn.!.'sf' . submllll'{,\ made 111 Ill{' colors of the fe-stlval. yelthp ncl!on!'d I !<; also and SUflerlnten(j�nt Elmer Breckner. low and blue. These will be · sold for Numocrs by P C ·� ··Choir of the pl.HIlS for the �rollll{1 brf'AkIlH: Rell\"a nOllllllfll cost "I the Qooths. and also W�'st·· will brill!! thl' cerf'm{�nif'.� to a H I�e Rroup dl"llberat..d upon th(1 bud- I Three .. Act Comedy Hou� t' Party Oil lhl' I!roulHl�. by Ot-Ita Rho qamr l f · I. I t T h� O: lta Rho Ganllnas allllounce ::;:;ni �:�:f'l1aH:?�\�i�i:����" !;e ����: : t����� (';.. °l h�' �::rl�;::�e ;��:!t:�.l�� ! To Be Given Here thaL l!11'IU\!!OnS to 'Illl'�ld the hO\ls(' Walter. . Wayne. Syl\·la B\"rd. . � p{'cifll m;{'tlllg of Ih(· e-n�lre : �,,�. MOlla I . nud Int,erpretation 01' . nrt� Hor. p at . 'f'llf'ad BHY Mo�· H. 1 5: F.l \.a ·BI'Tl-:mOn · 'J Saturday Evenlng '" " .. r ' ' I 1 .::1( I \\��. Music Pres�I'.led Tht' board �ccl'pU'd· �hl' Pltrklond a: � t �;�: ( (�h\a �1 � o I : p: ��:: . � � f Ollr�e RlI .. giff fro� �ts ror�l'r p;���n�'�T:;�:�:CI�::���o:\!��rIl��: T otal co"t for the ..ek -end IS $1 25 1 ! ��:l er� DirCClf'cI b�· Mr.,. Afrlth Doppt,\" . Su s lOcludes ferr} tral1�rtal1on KVI To Present . o M!'mbf>r� prescnt ·,nr!' RI'\". A. Kraa- ·s('nt ··The Youn, · Ide-o . ·· . thrre aCI rTi"l prTI"lsor ( GI rI.�. Ph.\"S.I�! -Ed uCRtl�n. ': Portl n, ' D,r. C. R. Sw:mson: &at- comedy by N()('I Coward. Saturdu} I. R('�natiOIlS �IIOUW be madt'-J.It once II " Ch olr · of th e West" tll. l'lvf' [!:Irls from a s\X'clal ClflSS "'Ill bl'l. · · 1 . c lock L. c o P. n Ihe tIp. Re-v" C , S Odell: Portlltfld. Re\'. ev('ning at right I I R . u nrB k rt L. C ··c olr o t e W S w I t I pr In e �nll����·;��B:�;;�· �;;:;��� ��e�:�tl�:;� � nc1 ::��;� �:: L D. R ' Girls Plan · Ik� ;;lrl��a l O I a�I� . �f �U;��tl a d :Se t � . nf � s � L"· U O��::: y ! m: ��� ��c�::�g·R� . · , , I tings. &- . ." A. Mykland. Is.�Quah: 1 :n�� �p�l� ;5 . �'��Il �: WI�:I :: :;:= ��e ��ogr:Crv� �.I���� �I�.r;:;; � ·; nto Hton J: .MrThorp . r n yM on Br�nt. George M la lclsco Mr. San . as . s u l t' C : Fml M oth ers Da Tea sented In conce-rt "through the courtesy I' I hrf'(' pHrt.�--··An I nte-rprt'tl\ llon of T.. Hok(n.�tad. P J.· I th� "ma;e Ie.Rd. has �een married :tW ICe-: -Moods:· Ruth Watney. JanH:r Pl'ter- LlJI'al\..�.· Eugt'ne.SnohomIsh; station KVI. .Tacomll. . Oregon: Rev. E. C. FirSt. Jennifer. \l; ho !s portra} ed b) t L D. R. members Are making plnns of radio ' lr .. e · l er Knorr. Seattl ': v. R. M. Kptt ler. E e IY S n. and with whom h l \· I . p s:o (' t or ,heir annual Mother"s Dny tea for · beI���n:::I: I��atU:I�::�;�:��IC:'�� ..��l' �);�I o::. �:; �l;1 tCf!JTe!aliOn of II f RR ' ' hilS lllO chI'ldren. Gerda and Sh�!t() . I which they will be hosts on the afuorW cd .. te , Reardon : /tf'v. Elmer M. Johnson. enacted . .c:,: Virginia Da\"!s �nd Gllry. : noon of May 7 t:l mothers Of· the L. D. u�; bl,t an Ol I1 ement relltth·e to thiS ;� ��� :;ld �\��'ln �:�:� :��j��'gl:� �� Olympill "! ��I u:g:r e��ec �\'�� ; :!�:� I �, :.�;� R.. tlie Dormitory AU X iliary. a.nd wo- 1 1\' l be �I;�e ; ··SlmpUclly·:. with muslc frorri Chopln·s The c lr lr.�lng nu�bers trom: I of the facult}. I:� l �: � I t ··Prelude··; fjl'e- girls whl� costumes . . I· ·Ava Marls Stella:· ·'Glorlfleatlon:· , . he i:o; l!ng on large �.�lalt' in I men wlll e-nact :·TtRUml'rel·· by Norma Preu�. president o�rt B au)� dge A�k:-i P. L. C.. Ew�m of lhe group 1 ··ChlHull. Come on Home.'· ·'It's a Me: rlgland. R , Schumann: and an eusemblr of girls named her commltle-es who are al� 1 ·From Hea\'en Above ·' ··BeautUul Sav-· n hlL� O n n " I\'f' P ro�raln TIu're will portray ··Gul'lty··. fro� ··Gn\"- T0 G ready at work'prepllrlng- tor the affnir. [ .I· or:· ··The Lord·.\! Prll�er:· and "LuJlaby ����·ed % S�g�::d!l f;O� These e ha\�e : a � Sh:I olt("·· by Gossnc. Include. refreshmellt..�. Romola on ChrlsLmas Eve:· . The- as.';'oclated stude-nU oJ P. L. C. the continent . I() �·Islt theIr. lather \I;'lth Rust. Norma ··Humpty-Dumpty"· ··t;rooked Man:' ,· ilI . Lando: Bernice Thomp- The chOir will ii.ll:;o be heltrd' nt the .. pre-.'>('nt a program the student.<; the Idea � re-un.lle him with Jennifer. son. ··Old KlIlg Cole:· and ··Llttle MI6S I .... Dorothy Anderson. Eugenill Spen- Luther Leltgue- Convention next week. Englnn� III are they BainbridgeWhile of the Wife. at High first hLs School liltMuffet:' will be dramaliud by mf'm- ·t ·s schoo ass mbly on . O cer. and lga tables and chairs. . f'r l. e Tuesday. IIfter- Clcely .elopes with Rodney. (George Elizabeth StuenHugo; bf'rs of the ClllS.<; In ··In the Pla)'room"· noon. Gt-rtrude Tlngt'lll. Rappinl. lhc chlld;e-n pe-rsuade their stad; program. and Wadenc Calavan will gh"e comical StanMay d S ak ' Janice pe-tersOn a.ll d Stu ents pe with y ord continent . the prexy I P to father to_return II , . e- F . . L C:s stude-nt dTllmlltlz.atlOn of �Gol1lwog·s Cakewalk·· Mildred Larsen:· deeorntlollS. Irene ( . I n' Chape will spellk. Other numbers planne-d are: them. l.:1It III the m�lInwhlle theIr Odell. . " I Tod by Debl'ssy, ay AIda Johnson. -and Helen Lilja: , by the boy·s quartet: \·Iolln mot�er has become e-nga_ge� to Hiram In·\,! taUons. ctlOns ·The: Cycle of ¥ours·· wl!l be ae.s- seieAStrid Anderson and Marlon numbers: �tavlUS �orln.kkso n; pla.n.o (Ken Annen50P TIle plot thus un_ Danekas: . cle�n-up. theUcally portr:I)"l'd In IntenlTe-tatlons solos jlresente-d . Studen1.S ASsociated The Rllmsllld. . Manln Je-llSen , and reiU(ing by ravelled from .an iI:;trlgulng climax to Enher NorKaa""rd. KaY·Peggy of ·'Dawn:· ··Hunters and ,Huntre5!e-s:' Wade-n(' Mar- a Peace Program In chaJlel thb momCall\van. . 1 n delightful ending. wlt� humor gen- garee l.:I rsen. and Ida Anderson. ··Rt'a jlt'U.. and Gleaners:· ··Wlne Carfaculty · Men; corsages. !ng to, whlcll members at the . erou.:ily d!.�play� throughout. rll'rs.·· �g. Star:· Rnd finally " . . Barbar:! Xa\'ler. �l1e·--Jensen. lind \Ilvlted. Mildred Larsen and Elsa i L 1 ma lncl charact O d ' er ers . ':1 e Thel Avis H�I'e-land. '·Moon�ams··. Arneson pla)"ed"a.s a IlTelude plano . ' Dante-Is. as PrLscllla; . Walter Schnack, Maurine- ,Wade Is thc accompinlst Cho�en Cluh Presldf;!nt , dueL. . enberg. Claud; Helen Urnas. Julle� I .throughout the affair. and the P. L. C. Studem speakers lnduded L.lwell n -orchestra will pro{.lde thft'.e muslfal . E\·R Gjesdal . \\"as selecte-j president Ru.s.seqiegemess. Eustace; Helen HOlt- I Rec t'ivel'i Invita t·ion . DI\\"lq� who spoke on '·The Nature ·ot a d B th f n ev · la t · I R t ��I�p�:n�� ;�� :!��rs . Ilre: �!nt ��t�g �f ��;e:�:�; �:; �:P�e:�!���� :hD �::'a �ou��� I Margaret Rorem has re-celved an lri� ���� C:t �: :a��� :e�:ceo�:�d:�� '- Elsie �rrett. RtUh .Watney, Jan1ce· �hlch · Mrs. J. U. Xavier- and Mrs. J. role. as Hiram and .also as Huddle. rltatJon from Dr. N. M. Ylvlsaker to speaking on ··The Means 'of Preserving . Peterson, Norma Preus. Lavaunn Me- O. Edwards were hostHSeS at tbe "form- Clare-nee Monson has acted busln.- spe-ak at ·tfie International Luther ?eace-."· . manager (or the pre�ntatlon·. Ad- League.C�n..entlon to be held in �n- Concluding w� n group gr hom <biCaU. Virginia Oa\15. Ida Mae H06S. er·s ho.me· last Thursday. Elltabeth Sttien: Waderie Cala\'an. N-onna Preus .15 reUtlng· president. vertis�g ha:; been in . the hands of neapoUs. June 23-27. e-ts b}' Paul Fo&so and �ward �oUson · . ���� lo�!�:��le-��e-I� � syvenbrr. and :�,ot:�%���X;:�. 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(lUll' !lliooring tIIII usl publbhea e\'ery two \\'ee�<; .during the �hool year by t.he student."1 or Pactnc Lutheran College. Offlc!!: R.oQ.m II!. Telephol\l': OArlnd 0577 Subscription Price-$t.OO per Year Entered as :;.ecolld class .matter. OC:tober 2. 1925. ,at the Post Office at Parkland. Wa.shln�to�. under the Act of March l. 1879 . .

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"The sCcreL of Jetus' life I.'" ot>edil"I)� to �Io hl� F't\�her's ,\\,II�'_ ' to hall­ "The· WilY to peace. l!'l .w:ly ,the \Io'!1I plness l� U; kIlO\\' ..... arl'- mng our Father " P. Pfluelfl!r. �

..lth �n -.It and a d�h d Some of these kIds thaU go oul llppl)'jng for po.s1UOIlS rellll>' must wRnt -to start from the bottom of the l�dder. of .tlleback\i:,oods. or somettllng THEu"ft\ NESS got Into' olle place that (aIr She thought she might Member 1.017 Iq]t:. _"-Ram,tad " raIse little garden to make a little money on the side Her grelltest problem hpw to make the long tJ;lp I'bsocded <DIle� PreIS "When con.�lderlng ·Who'a.m I?' con-hear We a)' .. hlg�.\I the did. to underb�\1RJ ' the Christ through Je�us Lord the t wha. EDITORIAL ST."FF tha� 'she cra.....led In on the hands lind knees the last two is lrUaraJltee<t to you If you ED_ITqR Hazel Hll8erup miles. and wouldn't yoti Just ]o\'e to a few-dignified Lord Jesus Cbrl.�' t Inl.O your Nonna PreIl5 ASSOCIATE EDITOR !'.C'1:1001:mlU"ri'it creep up you a,li d a�k y�u, the shortest for Hlm� In tUm. with Him,': SPORTS WRITERS - Roland Wue�t. N�rman" Frye, trail to "Co\\' Creek" or "OhOlit Oulch" Ah. Well. -Mr. Ma.<;an Fales Martin. ' It mUst be thai pointer Instinct SOlie and LUDLOW ali". probability you will' die FEATURES - Marian Johnson. lJnka De BerTY got far up In '.he mountaln� up north that th.ey conChrl.st is �o Jesus If lived. e s SPECIAL WRITERS - Jack Odey, Walter SchnaekrulJ.ng pcsslon In death. He enberg. Kenneth Anenson. Marvin Jensen. '::��,: ���:'���' :lt� thW:f�: :Sn: , =� I,��� �.��N�:m� In life,'· ilaMlon ruilng ' your be - By, lIa lf'.! lIarer:up . REPORTERS - EI\'a Berima.n. Ida Merz.. ·Lavaun of ""lushlng·· OLIVER) ha . ' .Those inll1ates who . ;'..ent· -;:-Prof. Carl· 8. YIY1fB�er MCCan: LlewelJa DRvle."I. Ida Mae Hqss. Elltabeth Ull to the mountain fat. 8. good .lime after worlt on the P. C. slU'aellL.� alld counUe!lSfrlends �tuen. Virginia D!wis. Wadene Calavall. week-ends} l>h�re got rPoled __._ .th�y �Idn. 't know that throughout !.he coast were grieved re­ COPY READER Aida Johnson. the work commenced about 6:30, -and stowed down about 'cenHy to receive word of the sudden TY"PISTS vorr\ne Malmln. '!rene OdeD 1 l :00 p. nl. Most of them were dead tired. we'll �t death of Rev. M. A, Christensen. April H1UJJ) flJ ' EDITORIAL ADVISER Mr.... Ruth 'Pranck but one gal must be �ble to take. It: .BEA LELAND skild 1� in Seattle. ' (or: Is It skaed, or e\'en 'skurd? I tlll four In the morn. IJUSINESS STAFF Hazel Monson '34. former editor or ai 1:00 to work aU day ..-. Untn nfw BUSINESS MANAGER - - - Elizabeth Fri1s , and then gott.heupprincipal Mooring Mast wIll � married June parts of "skl" .....ere s�l-skn�sku ASSISTANT :ijUSINESS MANAGER - Le.<;ter Holte I wl' thought Robert Wallace of 'San .FrlU1claco. but it doc.so·t seem to sound Just right BOB MOE ADVERTISING MANAGERS - Ruth Downtoil. will take place tn. Tac­ wa.s so ' t onsclentious one fine·dn .... . nlng that t}e threw orr ' VI\ lan Smith. wllh two P:. L. C. alumpl Mary the woolens nt 5:00 ,t. m. rarln' to go -Wo\mdersland he CIRCULATION .MiNAGER Kathryn Anderson cream And then there was LORRAINE TIlOMPSON CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS - Helen Lilja, ,who thinks' J'AY Is awfully keuute) washing �Ishes at Th�lma Ne...... lht' rate of three breaks minute (dl�hcs, you fop) Mabel Heggem EXCHANGE EDITOR with the ever present rema·rk. "01::1 dear, I'll bet I_.look BUSINESS ADVISER - Mr. O. J. Stuen like' a messl!" etc lind between the dlshC!! she'd ogle al mirror to put ! air No. 6149 ba<;k In place She A TOPIC FOR �ODAY should belong to a lunion, It would take her so long This 111001111lJ.!'s pe,Ht IH ngl.lIll. pllt 011 hv to do the dishes t1at Ute increase profit per hour Ihl sludt. III hOl h 01 P I . ( SU'II\S 10 Us .1 step would Ptly for the breakage . MABEL HEGGEM , well. Fro� my cOllfirmaUOll dll.y� and �II 1 111 ' rlghl dUTdillll . .�s sludl'llls WI" 1 I 1 1ISI I hasn ·t lenrne� how to carry a tray wlt.h one hand over . e et f e I : :::�'��"i::::.. :::.'1 11::��:::�'\\�� 11:�" \���'lrl'lli'��I·��';���'I�\·�!.!��·t :1;I:e=:I'�R�:� ��)��: ::�ce::.u;���u�;:;: �:�k:el;� wit ;1�'lk��' .�,: �n��1� :�I:;;7;�':��d �� ����� Betty Buchanan. or Morton. and h,umor. I lI11ed his hO$p!tIlUty 1i\'I;. and i n wh,ich Wt' I1Il1sl play a tldillil�' p'a d r1 ' Ner hard /that her hand trebled Its Size WALT frc . The ccremony was perf� Sun'ly IlolIl!n� threatens tilt' well-hclOg of 'L JOHNSON e\'lm dropped a big tray of cups In front · ..hlch was apparent, In his church. and home of t.he bride. 'I1ley . Iht'. \\;orld �oday so l I l uch as Iht, war-dolll � of; the boss the smoothle ha SLUPS , ' . their home fn� LongVIew. wllll'h l'tlnlllllJ\' 10 J.:atllt'r, IH.'l·aUSI' I lt'lIpll' wlll\ (Flrsl ll'e have rebellion in Spain. then sit-dowll_strikes. 11.111 sludy Ihl·ir l'au�I's ohjl'�·li\·It,y. A frank. '. and -noJf ALICE COOK staggers onto the street sar II). �IIH'I'I't' :lIId 0P\'II-llllllllt-ti IhSclIssion of war, the morning as tho �he weren't a tee-totaler What's were humble and sincere. ·!l:nd tlfey 1;;r======="Oi lIs prohkms. ils dh il's. ils possih l.l· t·l·a�lil·lI tioll. Ihis world comillg to, anyway PIN"POINT-PRUDENCE revealed hiJ heart. is \"l'ry IllrR'll -hl ' rln' IUlilll tIl I'. I .. (: . . liS III 1111 LES HOLTE Bill fll{lg In lillie puddle . CHf\RLIE has He spoke in chapel recently Mhlslng Hayden-Watson · I I i l l itl e n t Llle �tudents to grow in knoll/ledge' 'and · : l� I� \:�!::;::::II :'���l ::. l\�-. ��, . :::"� :�t��:·I)�� :I\l:� �:l� ���; :��!i�� f:t;��� �:::�f�� :; :d=lo�a� glow In grace. There was all· ex­ Florists ;IIH! as stwi1-nls 1It·I·d til dal'i f\' 11111'. itlt'lIs 1111 l'alculatiOIlS ,We can't prlnl.lt on account of copyright ample. If any personality glowed, it hal lil's hat'k of tilt' hlllTllt' IllIit ihn'all'11S our' r�d-tape) It's lha� good! \. That WESTBO lad looked he, He brought $unllght where 10;;=========:: �'tHlth ;11111 lIur fILI iI!',·. \\'1' 111'I'd 10 dist'Uss well-rt'llCarsed " Id rou notice the way KAYO JOHN- there was shadow; he brought' JoY I r. W:l\,S and IIlI'aIlS of \\-:ol'king t'1lI1sl i-IIl'lin'h' SON slugged hl� bride around i n the play? the big ruf- where there was grief. Under it ' all. HANSON'S 'JEWELRY . In hl'iilg Wlir lIl atlnt·ss IIndl'r l·olllr,,!. flan PROF. FRANCK doesn't 10'11' - us anymore be- one could recognIze a foundallon of Fall1l!kis1l1 ilf'fl'ats ilst·lf. and ,u'l'll Il1plish" " cause we're lllzy wow Yup in fact we hardly have Christian seriousness. revealing his 251 So. I Distinctive I th St. Tacoma; Wn. Iltlthing. Ir�it'lligt'lll ()pl'n-milHkd ,list'ttssillll, U E w sincere purpose In' life-to witness for ' \'\'1'11 if' il t'allllol sol\'(' a pI·ohlt'lIl. will al kasl ��I����l�Sk��il�: p�;�e lh; O�h:�:I:h7' �e �an �:ld��� Christ. WATCH ' REPAll t lNC J;l'in� Ihat prohklll out in thl' Opt· II. stand the feminine _c�lltrlbution. but that graceful horse Rea sonable Prices Grief and shock accompanied his Today ' s pl'ogr:llu is ('lh'OlIl'aging ill tlwl il he might have $tudled'at Cornish . . . OBJECTION. but ' when the shock pnssed' �:=======� shows 1'. I., C. slutlt'liis an' tryillg I I I think We think there is enUrely too much harmony in Ihe death. I we thlJ l k not of death. but rather of Illt'il- wa�' t.hrough Ihl' \\',wlll's .!.!I't'ah'sl IIH'II 'I\'I· . affaIrs of the heart at this SChool It limits our writing lhe life that WIIS Jived so gloriously, NEIGHBORHOOD fjl'ld too much III fllct It givc:'. lL<; hardly anything and of the memory ot a happy earnest SERV I CE STATIc!)N WHAT P. L. C. MEANS TO ME fUll lI'ith We'd l\kt' 10 se� a few triangles. or run-awa}'s. smile. d i t tt n -" 'Iy Ihl'('(' y('ars of l'oll(,�I' lifl' dnJw I d an 1111A. IVERSON �;al�: �: a�I;:: � ��:Sba��;es� �e�� ��:��a:::.�a�� :� Professor N. J. Hong has expressed a JUI.-stldcil·1] duSt· - t'ollegl' li fl' fl'!!llI Iht, fn'sh­ S"=:::: o':: S:: w:::::n:,:: ,.::::: ,� T,::: K: ' :� 50:: 1= come commonp}lIce as to 'be a dat1:!-· occurrence. they ��au���:n�:��t�sht '��r���:�sla��:�e�'� 1::= nl'Ss. limiciily. and awarkdness of 11 high si:hol11 = like other things. that when whiCh was the last song sung by Rev. gnuhmlt· 10 Iht' confidellt. 1l1llil'ipaling t'agl'r­ I should be controlled. be I . s Ul'SS of h young wonll'n rl'aciy for whal lifl' I You a.re most l i kely � �hrlstellsen, ' . will IH'ing. I I has hl'l'n a lrallsit:oll l>l'i·ifH.1 clur��::I �:�'� ��; LI:��O:�lIp�u�O�;��I�:I���o� to find it at NOTICE. of co"rse. If you-are really considerIng getting ill;.! whidl Illy lIlt'lllal. physil·al. and spil'i llial mad. come ana sel" us. we"U dJscourage yOU. because ....e. I ���e�h�� !��r:, �::���; 11Iakt'lIps han' hl·t·1l Ill t'rg:t'd til gin· lIlt· slimt' kno ' e t I a RHODES til' lilt' IIUP I�il'sl y�'ars of Illy lif(·. , Nature Is repoolng, 'BR.OTHE�S TACOMA ���:: ;�� �:�lce��7��, ���: ��� ��:;I�;C;. 1,'uC'ifi!: LIH.!ll·l'an ColIl'gl' has fulrilkd Illy dl'­ Wrapt In holy peace. . L C:s Edition of Simone Simone? . sirl' for a fulland satisfying mUege life. As I .... WE IIAFT,\SASO stood n'Hlly In t'lllpl' l'ollc-�e. whul elid I wunl But the brooklet oilly 'FISHING SEASON The reason CHARLIE pitches such inspired bal! games 1 0 ITl·l·i\'(· fWIIl ill ll'IIth-lln' ilu'rC' ! I lunked at Breaks the deep repoSe. Opens April 25th Is blond. and her inltlals..are VIVIAN' LUNDE '. . "KING thl' worlci uhuul Illl' and fOlllnl i l sOlllcwhut u)l­ through woodlands lonely· SpeCi,,1 Ti e d OLE" really thinks his team is gOlllla clean up the league Jlallill�. Deprl'ssion yl'ur�1 Ic·ff t1wir effect On It, purls a,nd flows. WET FLIES . . ... .. .. .. ... ..$1.50 . . . Campus da>' Is upon us. and It looks like the old 011 till' Illilfds of Pl'tlPre.- "lillY weI"(' Ih'ill/--l a For Early Season Fishing creek Is going to get a work-out again thl�. year. but h('IIlIllI'd-in. t lllt '-sidt'd t'xis\(one<' with .lit) clt'f­ New Maple Leaf For ·.no night Is bringing LEVEL FLY' LINE . .....:�$1.80 Ell. illile flllllltlatiull 4111 whkh hi huild, I WillItl'cI STAN FRIES bets he won't go In the creek . . BOUTo Its toll surcear.e. 100 feet long QUET-to AL ROGAN . . . an all-round good guy. and a full lifc·. u lift, IImt wnuld nourish and dcvelop And no bell ringing The "Fishin' Fool" an excellent fixer-upper . . . PIN POINT PRUDENCEI'\'('�' sidt' of 1ll(·. 1 w<l11lt'd mcntal den'lnpnlenl: FLY ROD . .. .. ... ... .. .. .. . .,.$5,95 Ea. It to rest and petlce. CLIX ·HAUGEN . . . Rembrandt. EI Brende. and Penrod UII adl'Cf11:1It· li'ainillg fill' the field of ' w()rk f r.com" Marine Supply tJad- dulst'll . 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Is be · Leading the proceSSion .....ere t�'eh'e end to d�velop the co nv en Uon theme. IJe>gaUve. ""' I · o R uth re n r b n ar lf e lt e t h . r a r ar Dr. nnge �t.<I d has received formally � ])1� !: '�f:��lo;��. n�� df o: "o: ��t_��:� aC:d �;g�a :�s��::� :!'::. 1II�� ;:r:���aa �� ��::; ���. :: l�� �� '�ln�;�� F�I�UII�; � I d\.scusslons of NCltt In line came the queen's atumd- N. �. Yi" 1sake�, MinneaPOlis. were th� morning. O�!;n!o�R��n thg�vte:aCeI�I�a���:e�� �u�bjaetc\ltr4s f1ofY per.;onal either acth'e or nOn.acU,'l'. Active � h ls. t.....o girls rep�5entlng each class. k .s Interest w girls an cases requln!� Immediate and careful Cre "(II �tlOh as a Junlorp college ).nd t>,'\l bE' main spea er . . ho 1II0re gay-colored frocks. and carattention. Non-acth·t' CftStS Indicate three An outstanding event .....as the ban· year normal school by the North. l led by Wadene C�lavlUl. Louise .....rled nosegays. The tlower Ilrls. Mary qut't on Saturday evenl�g which .dre� Uiftt the germs an! staled In calcified west Association of Secondary IUld Hendrickson. and Mnry M�hl('. with n. night, Chrl t.s e loria and n l Olsen The entertJ. m r"!t Saturday ' O 5te� over three hundred gues , Rev. O. L. �hl:h �: ���::= h�: i l: : �:�I: � Higher Schools Thls changes the H I a toasth u l "1"l sta[�S from the one year accrf'dltaLlon :::��;� : � :�! ��:n �: � ��:�e!;a;:=:�:! �r:.�n;,::'�:�. :::�' SeattJ�. pre�ldcd d dlUon of Ille body may free th'em and Connie Hansen and Oall !aylor. . The ·P. .L. C. ChoiT. girls' triO. and spread the diseASP. All pos.!Uve reac- �1\·;::sl��;�rOr. Fred E. Boltom. much In stflre for the oil girls .....1'11 by . . Stan F<ln:l. student prexy read Uie other local students contributed much Uons. how�'·er. require an �r Rnd chalnnlUl of the Commls.slon AC- as Ille ne....comers scroll proclalmlnl the May ' day. and of the music for th'e meetings. . Proca�ful bodily attention. ::redltlng Higher Institutions of Learnimmediately attcWards the quten was was r�-elec� choral H Is a point ....'orth)' of note that the log. said . "I congratulate you upon Graduates Will Cruise . fessor Ed....ards CfOlI'Ded by l4n. Loulst Taylor, super· union director (or next. year's conven· Mantoux test detects the presence of th� ....1'. 11 desenrcd reoocrutlon. 1 trust Yacht ',Gallant On Lady' tntend�nt of Pierce c;;ounty Schools. l will bf! h�ld at Ballard tubercular organisms at least t ....·o years on which t that It may be- of advantaae to you the I I S f . :�We;!at:� Plrst Lutheran In seattle. May 25: . the �nior claM will CI:� �= tn��!ta On ;� :! � ::: . : az; � �r;:!��� ��:::�:: ::. ::a: r r a �� :;:e: dS ::auo� ll are strongly �����.: �ucatlon In t�e PacUlc � I��U:':I! y::� =�� ��a:d=:C���=::'� '�Coe-d I '� :�� \'�': � d Selec Club" �� : It t s . a The dedslon .....as made" alone with �:;:: �.::�:: �eKa= :�tn::.� �:ta�� M��..tl d:� As Name of �harm Group changes In accreditation or other "o�llant Lady:. has been chOien and and ' tumbllna act. German Club Picnic At their last meetlns the gi.rls of the a Planned for Tuesday Northwest �hools at the annual meet: It Is beinl plt.llDed to have a &lX-bour A �onal concluded thl5 flJ;St Pl"rsonalHy Club p.'.S&ed upon a declI�!t.:. April 7. of the North....� . t followed immediately slon to change the name of the ...ortan- . the Bound. Th� main part �vent. which· er Bchooll of the entertainment wtJl �presented by the rround-brer.ltlna cereJl.1ony for lzatlon to <:oed Chlb.' U the weather permits, the aehnan Ion. of �ndary a'�d Hlgh pokane. Dr. �:lselltad 11''' Club picnic wtll' be h'eld .on Tuesda)' at held In S A novel program l5 belng planned for aboard .the yacht. after which the dua the new llbrary-eluaroom building. 11'111 have a bonfire and supetV1aed noon at the fountain of youth. A present at this confertn�., At thl5 'ceremonial Prolr&nl . Dr. the next meeUns. TWo girls trom hlgh w hich potJ�clt l,unch will be featured. . hu 'IlnJelitad Introduced the speakers schools In su"rroundlng cities and toWIllI Sames on an \.sland beach. , Those who do not have fourth period . be sent 1nvltatlons to attend the Saga Subscr:iptions no" been definitely seleCt.ed. and Rev: A. �bel. expressed a. wel- ....ilI wtJl be an . alumoon . ela.sae:s have bein a.skbd to be at Ule Harold JoHnson announoed yeaterin behalf of the school. Rev. meeLlng ....hl!=h wUl picn1c grounds early In order to pre- day that 190 s8ia su�� have S� H. 1.. Poss pve the openl..!:l;g prayer tea. The hlSh schools who pare the lunch. been sold io date. This me&nl that Dr. nnrelstad wUJ be: the ruest a!ler which the actual (round break- be' asked to send slrls are : Olympia. Sylvia MIller. OoJdene O&IUtz. Ir- 5a:P &&lesmen mwt ret ISO more aub- speaker at the twenty-ttfth .&nn1ver- tni toolt place with Dr. T. F. Gulllx- Stadium. Lincoln. Puyallup. Roy. PUe. ....in Owens. Jimmie Dammel, M.araaret scrIpt1�ns before the end at next·weet. ,sa", of the Ballard Ladl�' Gu11d The .on repraenUnr U1e church. Governor Sumner. Auburn. Yelm. 8)'lvti waYD , Larsen eompr1le the eommittee In the deadHne fOr· payn:lent&. Sap so- Oulld Invites the pubUc to a program Clarence D. l4aU1D. t.he stau. and Mr. Elva Bergman. and Vivia"n Lunde '. cb.arie. Tbe dub invites anyone in- Ilctt0c5 expect to ba�c the cooperatJ� and sodal hour on Friday. �)' 7. at. E. B. K1ni, the community. The out- in charge of the Invit&tldns. 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ner .Prexy's' Cor May- 6. 19:17 (est-vial. the ground-breakMay The �bllshed el'ery two'weeks during the School year way, and . the t�. and the life: .no loll' cerel;uonles. lu�d we 0·\ s t r i c t ontl by the students �r' Paclnc -Lutheran Col1et�. _ ::�.� .cometh- Unl.o� �C Father. butt by Young Pl!Opie'!\. Luther ',Lt1lrue '?On b, Te]ephone: OArlnd 0577 Office: Room 115 or O1eMI�' . ( . vention brouaht throngs_ Foets · Subscription PrIce;--sI,OQ per Year SNACK ., . John 14'0. , pedple . to th� P. 1.. C. campus thl' .'. KEN�Y EnU!red .second clnM matter', October 2, 1925, at Chri:n call; out to .us-Turn to Him week-end Just pMt. We gnltdully-ac­ SW»:DE lhe Post Olfiee Parkland, Wa.shlnsto� . . for, a lire In Clod. R�all): lh'e- by h�- cept . thls/fact as ev idence of groWing under the Act of March 3, 1879, Ipg Chrlllt's cRl1.J.lmd ,Shun sin. Ttnle Int l and deeJ)l'::nlng loyalty. Thr BULLE-ETIX:is 'tlcklng on. � .tia\',e only one meson suggest5, It.seU: How may \I..f. It·s· getting around the tiple of Yf!&.r when we sit in 58ie,.. th� Same as ""as sung questi to inte�t- and loyalty? ' test ourI own clll...� and look out the windows and watch the. gtris 2.000 �earsg1\'�, ago on Christmas Eye. 'nIe W he' followtniJ:, taken out of the tual cunent thrash around In their . sh"6RS;--gu:te at HAUOE'S con· message wM sanctified. ' by ,·the cro.;s acould story of �Paclflc Lu. Member . Christ s ....n College: hi IOJ7 10,& tencl'ed cow. and ask OUT nabor what time It Is, about which te.us. the sto�y throljgh, �ibly be"- true and ufferlng .... hlch fulfills �e story. The the J:\ssocded CoIIeI5de PreSS, every three changeS'of position , . . by changes of posJ.: call falr'test? Is to II\'e with yhrl:n. �nd ·In Htm, Do you love Jesus Christ? Attepl lion mean ., . well� . , , to"'''e rOu ever ptcke<t 'out a EDITORIAL STAFF aIlY live In C e h ep I O EDITOR Hazel Hagerup :=��UI�':�U· :��� :;: l�� ; � , �; � v �'�' :::e:� � ,�:s��� =n:l;f : =_�::���� a � ASSOCIATE EOrroR Norma Pteus r ' SPORTS WRITERS - R;,land WUest, Norman Frye, ey.es on the book . . : th.en a'slun(p sprawl with .the shin A;. , inteel'Stini seSSIP� presente4 by �u�: !� y!�r �� �ls'rA� ;:�' Fait'll Martin. �Ix proftss.!?nal l>eople representln� iIl�d P. L c. Is a Chr1s�an Ins�ltutiOll? the book, ' In the right palm and le�t fingers thumblng FEATURES - Marian Jotuuon. IJnka oe· B�rTY thl'n a stoppM o�'er poIIIltlon -.wlt.h Lhe elbows on the the�! chosen work \\'IlS p�sented SM- 2. Do you value fP, r.. p. � a comSPECIAL WRO'ERS - Jack Odey. Walter 8ehnack­ ' �Omlng. munlly aMet? As an aSset' to the 5ta�? , 'knees. arid so . ' .. and back. and \forth and around �:c'a}Law. enbeT;. Kenneth Anenson. Marvln ' Jensen. Tollefson " Does'your loyalty to P. L.-C. make you' nnd- around . . . Yes: sum:mer ls rea)ly here ,and the I� Is Just Mr.-3Ji!.or REPORTERS - Eh'a Ikrgman, Id a Merz. Lavaun anas oJle tor mpqrtant I · s a more ]Oy'lll to the best I�res� of � campUs b cJeantd an� for once ev��e seemed'- to Mccall, Lle-,;'ella DavIes. Ida Mae Hoss. E1lznbeth a C ta r 0 work pretty J;lard get the �un� In Sha�: and it-. Is :�: 0; ch:u:n ��; � 1:�:. �� '0"; ��t���n�yn�;�b:� .��t�� :.? i'. � Stuen. VJrglnla Davis. Wadene Cala\·an. � copy READER Aida Johnson really fun to do a-qc>oO job, .'hy can't th� place look. or many crlmlnnl cases. The Chr\Jitian DheloPljJlent ASSocla.t1op. .....hOSe S!mplc .Corrlne Malm.Jn. Irene Odell TYPISTS chllfor examp� the .set must do ar al�elUit leaguer NOTICE:-' WE . . . week? than more fo� this e � Ii left!lt At " Is slogan , Mrs. Ruth f'Tanck EDITORIAL" ADVISER ' e In this that B� HALL nlmost begged the boys to throw her. dren .....ho come trom un·chrlst!an once a yellr" ? Do you ' bellc�\' ;! S S form or popular support of grow· the creek. she. thought'lt was iun, and aId they get 110mes In ..:.� USINESS MA:.:s�:� � ��': £Jiubeth P"r1is picture of her . . . That ED TlNOELSTAO felt espec- c:;�:e::�ne �idM��rs��e o�o:.- �· In:. !�]��t�::e you ddne for th� en-' ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANA ER - Lester Holte O tally romll.nti£ during the day. saying that he thought One of thea bl es&lng3 �of the medical dowment fund of P. L... C. ? Do you ADVERTISING �tANAOERs - �uth Downton: t� Uttle .sent between thll trees down below the hill profession Is that' we come n i to can· sen.�e the n� or" this factor of sta· Vivian Smith. was fine thing. Ilnd when cajoled about Il. he r�'plIed. tllCt\ \\'lth 'young people at the ' .tlme bUity In the College finances? ��6����� �:����R �KA_th �� �:d��; . 5. Do you speak a good word for N I " You "'ere young once yourself ' That IDA MAE HOSS when they Ilre most receptl\"e. Do Thelma Ness Miss Thelma Kraoble P. L. C. when opportunity offers? Are 1)lck.5 A mean ""et'<! . . . �T JASPER JOHNSON is 3. Teaching: In EXCHA'NGE EDITOR s Mabel Heggem ac ca e f also "'jcked cut· B til) ILL CAPPS. dldn't . Thllt ;:; ���:�!� ���: : �I �� : � Il:p� ��� ):���:; a ��!: /:��;. g? BUSfNESS ADVISER . Mr, O. J. Stuen e r g f a thInk he got paid ('nu f for drl\'!ng his car around . llmislm, patle·nce. lo\"e for children. 6. Are you a " Paclflc Lutheran Her· That thrre .seems to be no ryeed to work on our tennis Ilnd young people. honesty, and up. aid" subscriber? Are you willing to help THE PROBLEM OF PEACE ? The proldl'1ll of IIltlinlninillJ.( IX-un'. o"trlah­ collrts since they are in such perfect cOndition thr year rightness. The teacher need not bear m�lnt.a(n the wider contact..�Mast"· sub IJt'ccllniug Illort' aiHI ilion' profclurlli. is, 10 SHY' around . . Thl1.t KEIT� CKNIGK�S)· R)!:ID got to all the burdens ot teaching alone- 7. fore you a.you':Moorlng Ather stu­· suPPOr!:., Do .scriber? not do I virtue. Christian a is litt, It>usl, \"I'l"y diffic·ult. P(,Ol'(' sol'idic's prio'r k.now A frIll more:of the student.� thereby \\'Ideiling hlz patience i:lcm a�tlvlties� Do you like to keep Chrlsa be cannet teacher how know 10 thl' \\'orld \\"al' found thnl lIul: IIII'\' af(' . . . tha�a}'be In the futu�e we will be able to n tt'"llcher. Children know close to the school? it ugaill ImtllY, FUI" th(' lHilk of circle retiiSt'm'I'rillg down and tunr 1111 the airport.. the Caml)tL' Is grow. tlnn and be their teachers Ilre' :;Incere or 8. Do you have a part the Li� lire world's popululiuJl is bt·l'Olllill).( illt·rf':lsing· go ihg now. you kilO':) .. . That FRANCK'� I)tetty �weater whether not. Perhlll)S" a t{,Hcher tellch{'s more brRry eaI'llpa;gn? In the effort for a iI ' I I Ii I I :;;:t;�� �::::;I �:: ��d i�\ I��l: ::: n�: �'':�'II t;c'.� ::i��I r�:�::� "'ould be dUCkYI'�'h!lt a word! I "'Ith ia tux' . . . That by the AIUtude.� and actions tq.an by do�mltory for girls? In any other con­ arhitratiun are' hul UNDERDAHL hmed -1Uld MCCALL sighed because they the actual sllbjects she is t{'achlng. We strueU\"e effort for P. L. C.? s ment HlIII in!('rnalional ntl('llti('c/ 10. lillie tellch religion In the public 9. Do YOIl pay your 6Chool bill didn't gl't In th�\sa.me�oup . EdwRTd:; jllst had his cannot . "ow('\"l'r, promptly as possible? Do· you loan but-we can live It I'('m'(' pl;ograllIs l"\'h'hnlh'd April sh rpe nrd. and no":-:'lookJ'lt it . . the nice �ft dirt schools. the collegl,l-mOnell In ' emergenclell;? Do :l:l. lasl. Ill<' :1l1lh 1II1Iliwrsary o r Ih(' (�rc'ai \\ ' ar, Pre Aching : Rev. Vlnge J.l:1I\"e us SCHllc' hopt' IhHI Anl{'ril-an studt'nls around here· couldn-l hll\'e donI' Rnyth\ng to it . . That Pal'OlOrs deal with t.he wllole of'mllll. you help the SChool's credit? arl' "nil IIwir tOl'S" rt.'s IK'l·tinl-l lilt' prol,Il'IllS of STEINORfMR OCTAVIUS THORLAKKSON (29 letters,' I\nd must show the reality of Ood. Last but not least. do you prl\y war and pl'l.ll'e: �nliHlml 111111 init'l"llaliflnal Ministers need the prayers of people for P. L. O.? P(,II('I'. clmllt'IIg"l's l'('slHlnding IhrcHt,!o(h seillilil-! Friends are actually ' doing these crltlclsms. of lsteact I I \\'111" douds lH1\"1' slruck a chl1l"d thai sings likt, things for P. L. C. Thill means. for us, The oonehl.�lon of t he nI'l discus· lil(' " usic of Ihe Sph(,res. � was led by Dr. N. M. Yh·lsaker. [or you. How dg actually show our l!lell. . It TIl(' p\'I1("e nllilllfl(' of COIlt'onlia Colh'gt,. falS(' . idea thnt it does not gr::l\ltude? :\IO Ilr-Ill'ad, :\Iillllt'sllla, is jl('l"iHIPS 1 1(,wht'I"I' hl'l­ whllt one bell�H�s. All religions O. .\. TlNOELSTAD. Ie-I" l'xpn'sst'd thall iii this c'x("I'I'pl from nit, kit ciISnppoirH{'{r bcCnll.�{, h(' didn't get to .1011 the mlilter S(! I rch for God. this wo r d I :HlU'III'dilll1 IIf :\p,-il iii: "\Yc' ,\.l IlI't'it·alls Ita It' c-rrl'k . . JAY SMITH andl WALT JOHNSON exprr· of Christil\l1i1t) for r us e ' h IS God's s a c let out a ·yelp. The MAst Mooring WllI' . . . \,'C' "t" ic','!' Ihut 111(' public as w{'11 as l( 'nCl'd Ihr rigc.r of th(' \'igi)nntes with thf' benrfit of n hd It sorely needed help. Iinlimllli groups should mililul£' a.�ail1sl \\"lIt·. Cacultr Rpproval 'anywAY. there was 110 dis..�entlonl . re�;�l� �im:��. -o�: B«all!;t' Cll: ��:� : �:Ch: to make It run dough somr needs It of a-�bllllch behind hldif\g" mUllS tWO thos!' e n Imagi TIlt'n' is 110 llt'll!'I' \\'a\' iiI oUtlllw war Ihan til THEOD9RE NElSSON 1 �:lli :�er��� I�I�: :dal��lr�t�a�I�::�t \��� And mak hig 1Il0ney Isn·t fUll. 1111�ld puhli't" clpinillil 'ill tlral dir('dillll .' TIH' boords th{' rou:-th (loor l · t rl 1 ' 11 I a n A '· religious. It'S all because at P. L.·C. �;I\ (t l:1:l:�:� II�:, : / �,�:.::.� �I\�:��tl'�!! 1\���'i �l/I'.:. n;�� �;:� {:n�'���:tt��n� :I�. t��ltL����tiO� ;r:\"��:: �; 1�reo; I bI' or: T. F. Culllxson tla\'e fin address. The studentls Ar!'n't what they' shOuld ' piling it on . . . WI' were 'g"l:!d to. llotic{' that one of the splt'lUlid 1lIIti .\val· St'lllinlell!. Sat· bllnquet the at e l , tile of oUlllnl;' lhr apprecllllcd Day Mq,y on � spl'aker. ;�ny." �� �\'! s , ::� � ; :\Il Idl tilt' SlIlll(, opinion was c'x l"'('sst'd ill tIll' II Th�; seldom pntronlze the placi' Ib I n l l i I l ' ic f O eanllot find Ood in sclrnUfic That gil'es us ads to flU Up space. e l � : :: � :�; �N � . � ��;�s.�: t:�:n�:\\; ;t' !bo ! ��� � � l t o re h n ;(���:::t ;::lr� i·)�.�,\I:l ;;:�I;�lf (� I�c� :�',u<��, a�:I;,,�Lf�,�I\: . Oh w('lI. Ilrver do tetta)" what }'Oll can put I :��;��l:��d I:: t�;tc��I':':::�,�� ��I� Now hEre's the �'med;' I w�uld give whidl WPI"I' slIppc ... c'cl lu - follow (Ill(' \Yorlel O o o \\'at': ('cl.) ·! I nstead of nurlilllH'd 1'1'11('" , aimosl D His To leL our dear old paper live. ��r� , see Ood. God �tands re\"ealed in !l.C �;�I�i�t t�a� �� :� ��e ��; ;:r:o�" Eandv��:( Ii i l I I i i I I' i C' s tell them we're Crom P. L. C. Son. Jesu;: Who L nhe wily of appro h ,Let' IREN DAHL h getting :;� t��;I;jll\,� I ;::lCtl::l j;li��� ���ii j�(�::'\ :P I�7,,:: �c l\� \� both conflrmrd bachl'lorll to nod and the anI}' wily whereby ·we Ami fill our pllper ful), you 5e'C nervous. that she can't even unlock the bulletin clln wur. whidl if il ,'OIlU'S w,1l tIC' worst. thull the . em this In presence. His in stand Ep ope board nfter all that prActice. boy.' she IS nen:oU5 lasl (Ult' wus," of religion we shoul.d remember on.lY Of ads, we take III \'cry few WIS H�S .-\NO LOTS OF HAPPI.NESSf !!! In 1I1l' Ihn't' spt'I't'IH'S gi\"(,11 011 ,\pril 22 by BEST Jes of name the pray who tho h� � \l! se � ND " , I :� U P!!:. �S 1 I FF one that Is' new. get seldom And sluflt'nls Irt'n' al P. I.. C. thC'se saJit'nl high. k F athrr. But It's a fact thll.t what we need m "'(�' ' reach the l " ."'"' m m...o ' IlI)II's W('I'(' SII'I'sS('cI l'arli.-ula.-ly slrollg: firs!. III ""' .."�" h)f u " " Classl iBlble Towe our steed. for Advertising Is BOUQUET:-To a gotta JUSt we but !;Om�thlng, lilt, war+('ull1plt'x utili il�i. dung"t'rs: st'('I Int!, Iht, re is not such a thing as an In- 1 i>" 1t'lTillh' ;11\(1 disptJl'porliurltllt· l'osl fir war; REUBEN i ln private life. Rudy Elmerl for being an " l1le = = = = = e f be l o s n h h gr : l I I Il I : :::: lil Wt =::: i :::: =,. t . }, �� ��;�� c�J:: :���l �!I1��� =:=: JE.WELRY HANSON'S �t�::; �; i��I V_\II�I];I: I )a�!i,\��,k ;;�'e���� �;\"l, r\�; ��'�lr ��!r f:�e��h: �l:e �:�s �:r·;�� a�; ��:r the e���� of Himself:' Distinctive lunger fight lugaillsl Ihe iden of worl d at landscape doing junk for us . . . !;Ob-sob It we don't xDprr.essNion lvlsaker-" Christ W M. The TacOl"Nl St. 11th . So 7 5 2 Y , . him. e 0\' , n. the big ape . . wur: WI' resign otll"S('I\'('s to lOul prepllre fur it quit I t will be telUn' him we 1 th:' SWlda}, morning in reet'lll YC<lrs patriotism has only 100 uf- For lessoru on emoting you should watch. so�me "of these Tru" There' WATCH R.EP.A IRINe whQ people. mAIlY too Ilre goodnight Ev say JESSE" here . n around . guys '. It' ll Iwcn pt'n'erl<'d Iu u llllrruw and soul dt Reasonable Prices � }lveS on a · OWENS · breaks dow.n with a 'passlonate, 'TIl you Ilr,c trying to build thel� slroying IllitiollljlislII." :: :::: :: :::: :: :::: :: :::: :: :: ;o :: :::: question mark. They never have had Il "lJl �:::::::: :: :::: :: :::: :: :::: 111 '''hy shuuld the wurld WIISh' its 1 1l 01U'\'. . tomorrow" , The Da.lly Ledger now come.� out with any .anythlng, There Ilbout convlcllons You are most likely Illt'll, <llul ' lime lleslruying its \"('-ry IH'illll'! At,- thts.--quQte, "BOB MOE. star basketball player of Pat 1 w r o th a o e lt l , to 'find it at li .u��. !)eY:u:�::t :;'� 7�m ���.n= �:::�� �f !::Il���ill,�� l /k� '��;�.�:&iJ.oo(L �'�d :r��e � �� � .� :!tl�::t;��:� : ����� ����, :y:m whither you are going, how "sixty-fin' l�iIIioll I cn-e{l ual to the totai who's lln'e that Is) Par be It from us to say- anything and come. RHODES why. Jesus Is �e only one who population of (i('rmany tlml :\"".orwuy-b()rc who tell, MACHLE mIght tum out to be a OABLE or has answered 8A.crnu:RS ' ,TACOMA the question which has m-Ills in thl.' fUlir yNlr struggll· .. TIli� is tht" a BAXT,ER or something . , . PIN POINT PRUDENCE. iii , and , IlUllll' o( democrac\'! -MARoARET THOMPSoN-Bats In the screwball etc.. bothered the teacher. preacher.� , ' " ll! philOSOpher: !il )Iiss Beolriee Sitl ders , (hiI'd speaker on the . . . and, by the way, something .ought to be done about T. F. Oulllxson-·'Chris . 'OUf' -" Printers - S ta tioners ... . afternoon prog-ronr: \'e(�' aptly l'xprc�d her \'iews". on the rest pI that trio TIMMY sends us note com- Dr. Sunday t Life," . the put p th to elong lime ult c i f if d a h!)w (0 suh'c o,ur anlag-ol)istic proJ)I(,nls: Quote: lalnlne, at he bas We should look away from ourselves 'p I 0 • E E "ted gangler intO action In. the morning, a.nd wonders. "The -onl" wa\' to do 'aW8\' wilh war and 10 R to Jesus to lind Christ In me hlilintuin �peuce is 10 cducni� (h(' yo.ung people w�t .be' should do.: . . well, we'd SUIgest that you �t a': and look with me. The most awful thing MAin 2 1 22 ' 1 2th &- A StS. i9 and bll, cold, bu�ktt or water for BISS£L" . Tha.l's the best ,_' uf IlK.I_UY, III �)o(h the true - Side of w�'r and t he . In!e Side ()f )>e8t.'C , . '. e,'ery mal �. wonl�_lI:_n..d.. ,�wtJtor do It, . ,Otherwise we have to waltor-go hungr.y . � a..��y· "'...ul·"'_� �r" �" w· hole dllid today mllst bc taught (0 Hunk sanely : '. . 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Bill .RAmated. for !lot leanl7!, a with sliot Johnhmann e L. hls team a pep talk' lion Instructor. she ha�. plcked the [0\"'- Ing his lines for Drama Night. He " That thin reller'' sure mu�t be , a SOn of the U. of W. for rnedallst Bob. Svare:Qlg Bv�re, Jaek. Wall. Lawlowing ·teams: Third y�lIr normal- Used to lam!!nt the poor 5ervlce at ':he #(iO;n... they said I I dldn.t a�e): h�mors, Seore�' nuf M .follows.: rence Oal1".les. FelTest JohnllOn. and .Paul Xavle".. nlanarer, Judy Benson . Mabel �ent!m. El!5le post ,pffl�. a�e �Ith Mr. Hong on ne or two of you 110'111' get bedde<l P. L. C. . WUh Frolh "'Barrett.. Wadene Cala""n. LouLse Wi!- the · grade .questlon and ,:"It!l Mr. InOone of th06e towns ,/here every- Lehmann .. . . . 1'" the eC()ll�mlc sliua t!on. tlilng Ls' slowed 'down that there Is McCormick. II' .. Johnson Hams. Louise Hendrlckson. TheJJ;a Ba';don Black ll about He fell fe lo\' e and on the campus � limit for stm}· dogs. � only Btuen 'l., �.. '." �d)� . Ness Helen Holtcamp Irene Odell' PARKLAND 'ARI�R SHOP o t r m 0 Rfchlltdson night life � the cau that roam abo�t Thomp80n Olga' Hugo; sUb.' K«i�ryn Anderson ; �I: . �! :�d�;:� �: :�Oo� :lII:.! the streetA. I know of one lowq lII' h ere LarllOn . . 0 KelT ' Second )'e1Ir nor·mal - Esther Nor- associates and defended It to strangent the <Y�ung men lafter the Itbntry C. P. KNUDTSON. P,op. Par�tand, :v-'ash. pard. Beatrice Bidders. Connie He Is Il common. ordlnary f:"ow \\Iho 'c1oseSI take . their (fates do.....n· to. the 12 l� In t�e winter and freckl� pop-corn'"9.'agon _1u:r.t to hea r t.he ..· 111.5Clumb, Eh·a �rpnan. Rub.)'.. MOOl'8. Inget-'!thecosum�er. . . LlUIt week 011 CllIllpUS dill', Tuesday . i Melba F'enne),. Vh'lan Bune!I.'J; sub. Wh!ch aU all gives me 'ery·little tie toot. At first you w.lll f nd the In- the U lh'ersity of' BrUl,\h Cqlumbla �, . ,.." .." ",.,,,,,,,..,, .,,, \ l Margaret Melver: Freshman llormalunbearable. bUl In t ime you , write thls. But the Normlll activity here to . pill)· the P. L. C. Aagot· Gerde. Vh'lan LU�de. LleweUa licensege so learn to manufacture )'0111" own sport, golre�re team. the vlsltors losing 11-'. lce at this time muc ad \' [)ftvles, Ruth Watne),. BIOMOm WelI- gnldthe t-'!rear fromh e\'el")' lIOu«e under As Il !!Crt of suggestion, at the dlilller n this hlllt.ch Lehfiillnn g a I n I 1 llS and claimed � ('ott. Jean GOrdon, Nellle.Jelln Miner of lng In the e\'ep I lO t table the hOllors shoot�ng 65. AI­ sun. why not read somethl,Qg from lotJ)of ·fun out iJf pouriug .catsup on Vera. Ta)"ior. Bett): HIlII. Margare� the . Harborlng 11;11 .thls �unsel my steak and pretending' that I IlI\1 len of the vlsltlng 1Kjulld shol WELCOME STUDENTS ThompSon. ,ub. EIIIl M.ae Adllms. Lor- aIs novice? JU:'lI. like il,av!llg .dr.a.....er full of flooding the PuYllllup VAlley. . once In Co�plete scores: raine Thom'piwn; 1.". A .-High &ho::.l- bobby El"...."......"......" pins or �1U0! blades. , Il while I matte belle"e that I� Ilm a Marian Dlmekas. Rwlle Jensen. Ber- You Normal C, P. L. Co! U. B. grads hll.\·e m4ch to lOOk pe�r IlIld gro.....1 wben l .chew. I find Lehmllnn . 3 Wllrd Allen nice Thomposn. Belltrlce Leland. Vlv- . to. Like a .....or":! t cra\\'ls thllt whel) we ha\,e hl\Sh my ImI\jJIIlR· MCCOntilck . . , 3 .Flnla.ysqn 0 . lall HaU: Virginia Dll.\'ls. ElItl\beth ror....�oar� Rn Ilpple and rtll�' I���ole or tlOIl Stuen. Barbarjl. Krll'lller, Ruth Ellrvth. up gOO'i berserk. 3 Linch Btuen· ... ced by others es Infested with �ol Enuna Thralle; sub, EvelYIl Nicholson . . of like Ilk. you . Willpn>d\.l. I I plllce like that you get tegulRr Thompson '", Beech MEANS RADIOS IlltO )'our slt'ep I and become dLsI!:\1stlng1y heal{llY. BmZ.tel The games are 5Cheduled for the place of employment. 'crawl "W. S.II HI,plft"''' I'� �cke You become Il '. follolll'lng days at 3 : 30: lCont!llued on page 5436 So. Taco.ma Way . l e e l f m Ma)' 3-Fresh \·s. 1.. A-H. S. . ��:��l: �:t ���e �� t: llt���:-�.�� ----------' n: S (0 � . . :\tay 19-L. A_-H. S. Third yt. I IlI1! automatlcall) m e t a m o r p h o-<>ed girls' tt'nlllS :.ournamellls \I'hleh Ilre JETLAND Cr 'PALACRUTi Free Delivery . ' 9 1 2 P.acific Ave. lrt'n way r lpldly With uflder . � the chairmllll of a celan·.up com. :d l !letting r;;::;;;:;;:;;;;:;;:;=; from .. - - . gen('ral manager. about thlr· ------ ..----house pllrty O t' i girls mlllee for the D. . . ""'t . .... . .... .... . .... .... . "'" . .... an" taking part. Both l ad· � .. ...... ,,,.,, ,, ,, .. � ..""....� I �.....u.. into a \'err much I1!l'pettf'fkgtl:r.en of dty-lw9and DAHL CROCERY CO. bracket tounla,ment.s Rte c\l.)· or rr JohOllson Hollow or \I'hiche\'er Member UntIed PUf1ty Stores girl a earn To points her scheduled � ill \lhistle_stop lOU happen t . . . 1935' FLOW ERS for Ilia} at least t\\O matches In the LAST YEAR GAr 3818 R.S FOlt�IOlnd Nellrl} e\ er} one sunhes t�Ls transl. must I t ladder and the required ones In the "Mothers' Day \lOll It isn-t hllrd to ulldt'IlOtlld. a(ter btllrket �:::':; :::ni : �� l:n, � S :;�� The first T'OI.Uld \1111 be finl-. ...l S('('lIlg hO\l Nelli York mlln l�\ed Il$tet . betS elKI"c currenl including 6 and the -- -- t'd 1.1\ Thun;da} Ma} s\\al10\lolng the colltrnlS of nn IOOme- 'l\-I�1hnller , 80 5lr�els lignls ill Ine low OlVer· ....111 bE.' Imo....n b} TuesdR} Broadway Shoe Repair · bottle lOU e sland uildcr �ho.... er MfI� 18 �hr follo",lug girls .... 111 (am· age price of ftOlcliO<\ over I III Old \ er cen ls �r KWH Sh_ d,ed to Mltc:h IfI, color Hayden-Watson ,I d suddenl}' tunl. on t.h e cold water ? pete: B. Bidders . bye; J. Oordon \'S Thats closel} 1 can describe Ihe D Lt>lruld L Wi lUrullS \� H I Stark 1 1 05 BROADWAY TH E PAR KLAN D Odell first mO'llh o[ teaching It Is Just D Westcott s �s RE Bro\\!l Florists Across from F.shers LIC HT & WATER CO. . NorgRard M sh"er IlHer Il!lother All the InfOflllll. bH'1 e son DIHl \ 5 @) '''.'''''''''''. .. "." .. '''''''''''''''''''.".".".." . . . 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No. 14 p�p. WASHINGTON, MAY 20.'19 34;' ' CALENDA R Student pianists ' Summer Session _ Grad uation Will T.m�w Offers , Subjects Be , Presented, Begin , on June 5 All ,,,dm fO' "mm,;" ,m,", .n_ AII-"' " ood , p',n'" 2 0<0" SP'''',W','' I To' 0;;' n - Eve,'nlon nouncemeilt must. 'be made by ne)l.t 'g ° l , a ' In V' a r Ids oed Fl O e ur P . ' ' N F Oday , ' I I ' h t Monday� lJoyd nU)nf�, ';"ho,� tak.-, "IOth CIass, Ig ' ' ' 'I'u�y. May ZS r l Y s ua arty ng ' ht m e t n ne A o W ; r T , t' �' E s P o ,ac o�lid 9a:l i4; t) J� Begi ill r Fir ppea � n! udents :� � C05 (��a���:e s:�s � t :��' m �:S: . � C w., Ur. Lauer. Dean at U. le en S o Satu�a", ,June 5 dozen announcemetlts L<; $1 ,32. with , Mr. Elmer Thune Appointed Cl Present Solos and Twomeri�ement Speaker. Bacca:'" esent g r tlon ' s r l u :�� to the S mme'r Stnf( as;l! ':ll1 laufeate Sermo�y Odell. Pia�o Arrangements p�:�ee�� � ��m:x�7t�: g;�!::�I �'h:' �:::(�; ' ���I�' Lu . Professor 'J. O. Edwards will 'p�nt order, Regtstratlon u � :::YS::'v r: li : for the first term of P. e t Bacc la e ti f 19�7°,;��::: :\11 ��;� �IS �O;ar I� For tho.o;e \\ hor "Ish le515 than a L, C:s 1937 Summer Se5l51on will be theran churcn; speaker. Rev, C. S. hiS pi�no �tudents In a reelUt-1 tomor· , the C05\ of each announcement held on Monday June 14 This term Odell. row eveniJ:'lg I'.t eight o'clock fri the!' saturda} June 5 and continue dozen The extra charge for having will begin June 14 and "'Ill contln e college, c�apel. 'Eleven pianists. wlll Monday, June 7. 8 .., M. throughout Lhe \\eek.end "Ith com. isoneItc same re s name engraled {he o until t .In t� program, !Uld ·the\ p" July 21 "'hen r�g�ation for 11ft! Dl:. . Tr inity Lutheran L,takeC. Pll! mencemenl exercises taking place on gardJt!S:5 of the number ordered. orc�eslra second; ':W:515lon . will take pllU;e,. Th� .,C9mmenceme Dr, E, Lau�r, church, sPeaker, MOIlday'. eyenlng at eight o'clock, . wlJI alS:O play several , �lec, U ons, AA USUQI. the public has 22 t(rf!l o!uly this e Auipr to also ar dates that Is Impor\.aJ;l It me9jure. t , will evening Summer Seaton!! \ Saturday be featured ments f r caps and g�ns be taken at gust 27, � , attend, ..... . been Iny!tf!(f"to o: night w.hen the Lhree-act corned)" First, June 14.July 21: second July 22. clasS The 'progTRm l� varied, �Ls5, Elsa "The Youngest" will be pre�ented b; once. The c05t.' for rental Is 52.00 for TIle college. has publ,lshed a bulletin August. 27, Arneson will �y Causerie, by CuI. " I Dorm graduate. stUdents each sho;ul(i con�lnlng' Information concerning th� , members of the cI��, P, leave their measur,ements wlt�'Romola 1937 sUn:'mer QUarter which Is pl,an.ned Daccalaurea& services will tak� Rust USbe���r:Yln�I��::�:o'��� � � ' :�� d stu Frye. da d n and Norma sludenrt· school :normal �' for illl primarily � _ place Sunday evenlng at eight o'clock, dents with He rle O'Neil and L oy N . Next rangement of "Trepak, " a RU8S�an l d although courses fol' liberal arts St.II' W'_uest arne In the Trinity Lutheran Church, .Rev, h pson. l� tta ' ' ' dents are offere<l tor credlt.'i., C, S, Odell will preach the sermon, T 0!f1 ri Ma�t Head ::�r:'y Tscha1kowsky, with Margrete ng Moo r n r r Marian TorresdtU ,wil l be heard_play· ::u���t�':r�S �h��� l� ���I�:gr: �a�::� ����� .��:� �� ��� is the father o,f one of the graduates: Library Gets GIOft , appOinted to the staff fo� the summer ua�eOI��d t:���r:�oa��11 d��:::t-, :�t :'I�;�:,�tubyln ��!::��:iS.8c:�� I' e n l l I. :I�g : m�m�� :;��: ;:11::: �;; :��u;:c::m,:l �i;er O!d��� has �n selccuid to �dlt �he Mooring "Th� Flee�y Clouds," �y MelKlelMOhn, From Oregonian :�� ;:h: Board O: of Trustees, and he has spoken tlons to the faculty may be made .. la· �:�� ::lt� r:::;�lngn;,� t��l=dW� ":Q�Oth��g:t�IIPbyOf ,:a�:=:� , ln�ud: '( 1Il a , er t::� Ot> A lallie, beautifully CRrv�d bookcase �:i��et��ew�:e,guJt: �:hg!n�I\�:� will Control yesterday at noo�", following played by VivIan Buo.ess;, ':Leuto," by ! ;: :\\:� �_ , an ot thl' ,,1th a medallion design hAving Cal'· the approval of his application by the Cyril Scutt, with Walter Ooplerud at . I It f W �hi l . h s Mark Anthony a,nd cr�� ,:,�:,:r ::::�� a;; I�::a�� fAculty which met on Monday, the plano. and "Ballade," by ·Burgmul. ce�:�a�' In�'l tatlo� t; �:�� th: co:� \'ln85 depicting le�:; ��ln�::m:�� ;���� Pa­ to r h n a mellce�ent, addre�, at graduaUon Oil �e:t�l�t�rx : �;�it �r:: �s, w �I� BeSides the courSt's listed below, others ���n� �h�:���,�oo�::�r ;r s n S��f�:: w e nl , h ���o�!.s ;:e �: '; l��ese���o ��� Lammert., of PoI;t@!L�, Oregon, , I :'��t�::0:1:: :� t�:e tl�e :(;e�� .a· sports �ltor and fea�ure writer , HIl pel Jlus," by La valle " and "�I�k Eyes." ,�arranged) , ,�nd Paul , The case has two glass-co\'ered par· tratlon' also has received training In the Ore- by Thompson ' clR."",. will play .8oIfeggletto, by p, E. tltlOIlS. each ha\1nVOUr shclves, The City High SChool, -Qnd has written Fosse Th I r ses listed In the summer bullc· gon -, - " Ba.ch, �d "Prelude Ill. E Minor," by,sport stories for daily paper In thill., Mende1sso�, menc:m���Pw�:t :r:�::nc:� jnCOt�� two pa.rts IIr� sePfra�� by a smaller tin(Cour WhIC� Include �ucauon subject..s In of ll shelves l1jIanyhas which cit)', case . the flnai edition of Mast, Mooring onal uca ol syc are off�reo : � plano o lJ m e ge arrar � P o l Other H, Y� � , h f . flts will \'a.rled sl:ees In nie\ cente , Below the ublic SChool Syslem Psychology of As . no one has applied for th pr�nted. by Marian Torresdal and ( . Ltbrts" P small shelves Is ' fin;r, "Ex l i n bu In h be . Ilamatad, who to pla.y "Are.b an . .If., ------'7 School 'SubJel:I$, Primary ��� �Q.l; : Installaborr Set For can'lng, g t, o �ls :ppo���e-r;t !l�' Alloo ' as pr sented Reading. Special Projects, School Ad- be made Dance," by Tschaikowsir.y; and by This artist c gift Im er school edlately a ' li tt ftt \I. ' I l' m inistration, nd Elementary School opens In the fall. Dorothy and Arthur... lArson, playing, New Control B , oard , through ' Mr. Theodore Nel<;son. to Curriculum, . ,. "NRrclssus." by Nevin. and "Andauk'." Installation for the 1937·38 As.soc l· whom till' bookcase and a l�tter elt- In En IIsh credit Is ;ven tor World ' by Chamlnade-Adams, ated Studen��' Board of Control Is plalnlng its purpOliC were sent by the I Lttera , English or!nmar. Shakes- " Doroth�' Larson play "Puch," t�e scheduled for I.he last regular student doner. . ' onsorlOng , Orleg composition; will Arthur l.fu':son, the pearl', Ibsen, Appreciation of the Coeds'" Sp e n " ama.. Vlllage Fete," and. Mabel Scott. "Pre· and Types Literature, Dr ot . s �:��:;:r :flt�h� ;�:::' �'l��i arc ' Hawaiian Movie ' �� �� �Y ��=lnoff, amI' "Turkish School WIll Sponsor Other avall�le subjects provided Introduce his successor, ; , b n . Th Is �'ear's officers are Stanley Ford, o;:r: ��:�c; ln��� Those who heard Mrs, Robert I;ooKan :r��:°:C��1 �re�,den ar�r� Rorem, \"Ice-presl- ArtoISts N ext Y ear national ProbleltUi, Library Instruction, speak several weeks. ago on England en : �:ene . aJavan, seerelo.ry; PrincipiI'S or Mathe. are eagerly aWalting her return here Linne Club Grads Algebra, College lJoyd Th�mpson, secretary; Helen The As.oIoclall'd Students ha\'{' de- matlcs F;.ench German Introduction on Thursday evening, May 27, when ' Hol�amp, commissioner of advertls· clded , Honored,Recently to sponsor a series of concerts to Ph;IOSOPhY Ethics General Inor- she will be at the colleg�.with her hus· Ing: LouL<;e WHlIarru;, senior class rep- nuelt( year. which will bring a nwnbcr ga�lc Chemlst�, Oen�i-al Biology, Na- band to give (; talk on HawaiI. resent.aU\'e ; Otis Grande, sophomore of t:llen!-ed a.ru.�ts to Parkland, This ture Study, Art Structure, introduction The r..oga"ns make their home In Puy - Dr: and Mrs, -l:l. E. Leraas' were hosts e an ��� :���:�t�\ ;d �::�' H:��k'. undertaking will afford t� studE/nts to f'tne Arts, and Advanced Art allup where Mr. Logan Is a coach And : ::��s :� �h: ���: :c:�t ;��, u � t l t e . �:wno:d�:�r�o al�ea�th�rlU1:rtls:� St UCtt athle�lc managt'r. : :��n fee of $4.50 per semester ���: ���� ���n7e!'t:�� ����er�t�O:i of Its graduating mmbel's, Jack Odey, The new board 10.'111 include Otis d Thompson, and V Lio and also fl· , \\;j]] h�lp the student body , aI r erner Bitter. s ession. H cre-dlt hour Is charged for the During their stay there they aw I Ide � ru May 8. and must be paid at the Ume of regis- took a number of moving pictures of on 'saturday evening, ��:�:I�Si�;�� ; �:I�e w;:: :��� �: nanclally, e O r ri ld 2, r o o ac a u them to II· ee B� tty E\'�n, treasurer ; consta��� st:d:�:' Y;�;I�n� se:�s�r,.:::r:'I � � ��� ;�r -: ;::�O����� � $ 00 Is �:tr�::�:'lr �e�t�:�� se, el�� ;:e �: :ia! e: �� ��y� �U�b, senlOl' rt'presentatlve; UeweHa added She was a.sslsted by Margrete Demers, Copies of the �urther bulletin and .... to his tuition, .l,.o�n are Intriguing Mr and Mrs I\ �;� sc�:.eS:��::;�� I Arl'9.ngcments Cor this �pportunlty �1;f�r::,lo: Y be :a� �rom the �penkers. They ' WIll speak here by In- ·�y;'� .:::� er� :n! !!::' =� Me��:\'nu�;:r�: e � h i Iel\1.tatton from the ?o.ed Club, who an· sen ofo SOuth taU\'e ; and Betty Miller, comml5l510ner ha\"e been made through Mrs, Cornelia g1S. S. ff: Upon eq cs . presented InforTUrner. Seattle, manager of the Rr· nounce that the entire school and com- mally a talk Dakota of .ad\'ertL<;lng, . on wild game, Oroup munlty are Invited to attena this lec - singing and Impromptu tists who wUl apP,t'ar under this pro· NOTICE Uliits were fea: gl1J.m. A sa.mple or what may �x. The May ,FesUval cut printed In the ture. during thees affair.'O Students Will Picnic peeled ��n this spring thro�h last Issue of the Mooring Mast was A small admission will be charged tured ' r, and Mrs, The group ented pr Hel Lund w tht: presentations of Miss ..\t SpaD:!lwat Tomorr o �a . � through the courtesy of The Ta to defray eltpenst's that the club has Leraa.s with a gUt In appreciation of had during the past }'ear. EY�ryOne Is looking forwar'd With'en- ot.ed...1OLher:<...or�n!!!.__n!.o..!!Q!kamas. ?o1na n�es, the !t n e work and . .-« tInted time thuslasm the annual all-school plc, + they have given to the -IlOClet-y' which h f m d���e =: --' :��e�:� a� �=:!; o�: =:: As Red As �a EQbster, Y::Cila Davies, John Sore As -a BOll, . , ' Follo\\1ng a program of sMmming, . Wenberg, J,ack Odey: Walter -:Johnson, ' ' . baseball. horseshoe. and other sports. ' Lloyd Thompson., Harold Nielsen, Bob Why DIdn't I Use My Sunburn O"l? a plcnlc supper will be served at six Mitchell, Sylvia Miller, Judy Gerde, O'Clock at the camp grounds of thc "Ouch! my sunburn!" This cry ac- doubling party. to wadc In and walk on all tho. se bar- Goldene Oerrltz, Verner Bitter, Marg_ by a dismal wall. ' arises It a friend shows a slight tendency naclcs," companied Jlark, rete DellJl!!rs, Elva Bergman, and, the J If>ulse Williams as chairman is plar.- from one of the re\'e lers at the week- toward 4Jldue affeetIon, the bl1stered The . group turns to watch another advlsen. �. and Mrs. �rlUUl. nlng the refreshments with Er.vln lnd house �rt-y who went out to get sufrerer !s on her guard and becomes person stumble down the hall and enDam;nel. . Ruth Downton, Margaret a tan. and came home resembling· a cold and reserved., The former Is in- ter. a, classroom. Upon reaching her i d . a Wlli Be , Re ease Pearson , and Jackl Odt'Y, TranspoT'b\;. member of thl!! lobster family. The vlted to stand at adma len�h· whIch seat, she flops rather than sits down, 'S �g lion is In charge of Ted Asberg, Don person Is. easily reeognlzed ,by the un- she is watched warily, alKt'deprlyed of her eyes �lmOllt closing as she llsleM To SubscriberS June 2 Abner, and Stan Dahl. Obert HAavlk, certain air with which she treads the any opportunt'ty to 'make a raIse move. to the .lec,ture, �ow and then with a The 1937 Saga wtIl be of! the preas . CUff Burland, Ruby Moort', and Erud halls, lookJng from right to left to pro-; "My· sun�urn!" the su!ferer expla1ns start, she throws back her head and and rt'ady for diStribution on June 2, a lo u ac program f�r . ,����:���fVI:�' :;.�e::�, �r::;s n:�cro=, br:� = ::��I�e����=:. ��: ��kd=::!:u�e�r�� ���� ���;;�Iaes to be . ., stalks as a lone woU,: running- Ute a: rem�O at a respectful dIstance. IIvlon, ' She 15 one of tJ:1I:15e who went a colorful account of the.current aehooJ frlghte'ned' deer (rom a.pproachlr.g In- A third penons appears. displaying' to the beach for a complete rest. She activities, wtth plenty of snaps I:lld CHAPEL SPEAKER. Mr. Lyle' S, Shelm1dtne:of IJ.le Col- ·dlvlduals. Efhe wrlga:les frequenUl'. be- her han� ruefully, It seems �e spent was also the eighth person in th..e other pictures, RoU. Wlprud has d�lese of .Puget Bound wtlI spe.U: In moaning the r.ct t.h&t she must, �f the day roV{1ng about the bay. cabin, '. signed the cover. t: chapel ' tomorrow. Mr. Shelmld1ne � n!Cewty, wear clothes � aehool. U ,.. . .' a.il� there more water in In spite of all the ache.ll and pains. Over two bw1dred au�pUona have he d e he u lis ��:Wr In the hls\.ory _ departl!ient at :rym��u:.n� �,":n ;:� :e��;�o�P����� b!f�; �! �p� ; 1� all8�= ' w: w:n: :� S::� :v:'n:e�,::� �:� couldn·t itt stop feeID", sorry for themselves 'long scriptlons In full must do ber9,re ,the � w1ll speak on T rkey. having there ensues wordy battle, and ... reached mOR. Then , -" :spen� r� yean there U teacher. . �vld� 15 prodUCf!d'. to .cOnvlnce � the boat all the way' t4;l land, we had enoUgh.to exclalm: "�a.sn't It runl", boolr.s a.rf,. dlstrlbuted. VOLUME

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Hll3erup EDITOR Norma �Preus ASSOCIATE EDITOR- Roland'Wuest,Halel SPORTS W Norman Frye, ' . !"ales Martin. ITATURES - Marian Johnson. L1nk.a De; Berry SPECIAL WRITERS - Jack Odey. Walter'Schnack_ enberg, Kenneth Anenson. MarvJn Jensen, REPORTERS.Eh'a Befgman, Ida Men, LaVIl.lUl · M all, Lle....cUa Davies, Ida Mae Hoss. EliJ:abeth Stuen, VlrtlnlR Da\·L�.·WRdene Cala An COPY ,READER Aida Johnson TYPISTS Co rrine Malm1n. Irene Odell EDITORIA.L ADVISER Mrs._ Ruth Rtl'nck _

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